Rep. Allen invites constituents to upcoming Beer with Scott Rep. Allen is excited to announce the next Beer with Scott, to take place before Colts/Texans game on Thursday, November 21, from 5:30 to 6:30 P.M.
Statement on Suicide Task Force Prevention Bills Today, Rep. Scott Allen released the following statement on several bills drafted by the Speaker’s Task Force on Suicide Prevention:
One step closer to reasonable higher education progression Last month, the Wisconsin State Assembly passed 2019 AB 189/SB 165, dealing with higher education credit transfers. In it’s floor session yesterday, the Wisconsin State Senate passed the bill, moving the bill forward to its final step in the legislative process.
Rep. Allen circulates bill requiring agencies to report fees. There are more than 16,100 references to fees on the books, in both state statute and administrative code. This legislation would require agencies to submit reports, and maintain accuracy and accountability.
Statement on Executive Order #54 Laws are already on the books which remove guns from dangerous individuals and punish criminals who obtain them.
Legislation easing transferring college, tech school credits passes Assembly The bill more than doubles the total number of transferable course credits from 30 to 72 core general education courses. #CommonSense #WorkforceDevelopment
Rep. Allen announces First Responder of the Year Rep. Scott Allen is proud to announce Waukesha Police Specialist Nichelle Nelson as the recipient of the 97th Assembly District's First Responder of the Year Award.
Great connections during Beer with Scott Rep. Allen met with several constituents for unique one-on-one discussions about Wisconsin's Government. #WIRight #Listening #Prost!