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Frank Lasee

Born Oceanside, CA, December 11, 1961; married; 6 children. B.A. UW-Green Bay 1986. Full-time legislator. Former manufacturing computer hardware and software salesman, business long-distance salesman. Former real estate salesman. Former member: Optimists; Rotary; Telecommunications Specialists of Wisconsin. Town of Ledgeview chairman 1993-97.
Elected to Assembly 1994-2006; elected to Senate 2010. Majority Caucus Chairperson 2013. Biennial committee
assignments: 2013 — Insurance and Housing (chp., also 2011); Jt. Survey Com. on Tax Exemptions (co-chp.); Financial Institutions and Rural Issues (vice chp., also 2011); Elections and Urban Affairs; Government Operations, Public Works, and Telecommunications. 2011 —State and Federal Relations and Information Technology (vice chp.); Transportation and Elections.

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With Elections Just a Year Away, Legislature Abandons Wisconsin Families

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Walker Would End State Property Insurance

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Governor Scott Walker Signs 49 Bills Into Law

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Senator’s Mexico vacation changed budget schedule, sources say

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Eyes on Milwaukee: City Authority Okays New Beerline Buildings
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Statement from Alderman Nik Kovac June 20, 2013

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