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Amy Loudenbeck

Amy Loudenbeck (Rep.), 31st Assembly District

Born Midland, MI, September 29, 1969; married. Graduate Hinsdale Central H.S. (Hinsdale, IL) 1987; B.A. political science, international relations UW-Madison 1991; studied abroad in Kingston, Jamaica. Former chamber of commerce executive, compliance manager, environmental/engineering services project manager. Member: State Line World Trade Assn. (pres.); Clinton Community Historical Soc.; Clinton Fencehoppers Snowmobile Club; International Miniature Zebu Cattle Assn.; Wis. DNR Green Tier Advisory Bd.; Friends of Clinton Public Library. Former member: Town of Linn Fire Dept. Town of Clinton supervisor 2010-12.

Elected to Assembly 2010; reelected 2012. Biennial committee assignments: 2013 — Workforce Development (chp.); Children and Families (vice chp.); Environment and Forestry; International Trade and Commerce; State and Federal Relations; Jt. Legis. Council; State Capitol and Executive Residence Bd. (also 2011); Wis. Housing and Economic Development Authority. 2011 — Tourism, Recreation and State Properties (vice chp.); Jobs, Economy and Small Business; Public Health and Public Safety.

Telephone: Office: (608) 266-9967; District: (262) 296-1030.
E-mail: Rep.Loudenbeck@legis.wisconsin.gov
Voting address: 10737 South State Road 140, Clinton 53525.
Mailing address: Office: Room 209 North, State Capitol, P.O. Box 8952, Madison 53708.

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The State of Politics: 9 Roads Funding Proposals That Died
The State of Politics

9 Roads Funding Proposals That Died

All were supposed to solve transportation budget impasse. None did.

Murphy’s Law: How Trucks Destroy Our Roads
Murphy’s Law

How Trucks Destroy Our Roads

And how a fee on trucks could solve state’s transportation problem.

Campaign Cash: GOP Considers Heavy Fees for Trucks
Campaign Cash

GOP Considers Heavy Fees for Trucks

Trucking lobby opposes solution to transportation shortfall.

Republican Legislators Rejecting Student Loan Refinancing Themselves Attended College at One-Fifth the Cost Today
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Republican Legislators Rejecting Student Loan Refinancing Themselves Attended College at One-Fifth the Cost Today

Cost of Their Own Schooling May Explain Ignorance of Student Loan Debt Crisis, But it Doesn’t Excuse Their Refusal to Help

New Law Grants CHIPS Protections to Child Trafficking Victims
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New Law Grants CHIPS Protections to Child Trafficking Victims

The law aligns Wisconsin with the federal Justice for Victims of Trafficking Act.

Governor Scott Walker Signs 58 Bills Into Law
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Governor Scott Walker Signs 58 Bills Into Law

Acts 200 - 257.

Governor Scott Walker Signs Family Care Bill into Law at Rock County Courthouse
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Governor Scott Walker Signs Family Care Bill into Law at Rock County Courthouse

Wisconsinites deserve access to quality health care options, where they need it and when they need it, Governor Walker said.

Infant Safety Seat Legislation Passes Transportation Committee
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Infant Safety Seat Legislation Passes Transportation Committee

Assembly Bill 400 is available to be scheduled for a vote before the full Assembly when they reconvene in January.

Governor Scott Walker Signs 49 Bills Into Law
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Governor Scott Walker Signs 49 Bills Into Law

Governor Scott Walker signed 49 bills into law today at the Wisconsin State Capitol.

Infant Safety Seat Legislation Moves Forward
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Infant Safety Seat Legislation Moves Forward

Assembly Committee on Transportation Holds Public Hearing

Your Right to Know: Back Open Government? Prove It!
Your Right to Know

Back Open Government? Prove It!

Assembly voted 96-1 for resolution backing open government, but legislators continue to look for ways to limit it.

Bipartisan Legislation Introduced Modernizing Infant Passenger Safety Laws
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Bipartisan Legislation Introduced Modernizing Infant Passenger Safety Laws

September 13-19 is National Child Passenger Safety Week.

The State of Politics: Crunch Time for Bucks Arena Deal
The State of Politics

Crunch Time for Bucks Arena Deal

Joint Finance Committee needs nine of 16 members to approve it. That could be tough.

The State of Politics: Budget Could Delay Local Highway Projects
The State of Politics

Budget Could Delay Local Highway Projects

Republican legislators want to reduce borrowing in Walker transportation budget, but this could delay numerous projects.

The State of Politics: The Republican Revolution Part II
The State of Politics

The Republican Revolution Part II

Assembly Speaker Robin Vos has a really big agenda for Wisconsin. It reads like a papal encyclical.

Redistricting Success Story?

Redistricting Success Story?

Rep. Amy Loudenbeck’s margin of victory was almost exactly what strategists redrawing the boundaries predicted.