Wisconsin Assembly Speaker Robin Vos
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Speaker Vos to Participate in White House Infrastructure Summit

"The state’s infrastructure is falling into disrepair and we need a long-term, sustainable solution to fund our transportation needs."

By - Jun 8th, 2017 10:08 am
Road Closed. Photo by Dave Reid.

Road Closed. Photo by Dave Reid.

Madison…Speaker Robin Vos (R-Rochester) is participating in the White House Infrastructure Summit this afternoon. The Racine County representative joins other state and local leaders at the event on the nation’s infrastructure during the White House Infrastructure Week. The summit will include a roundtable discussion with President Trump.

“It’s an honor to have been invited to this important discussion on the nation’s infrastructure and to represent Wisconsin’s interests in that discussion. The state’s infrastructure is falling into disrepair and we need a long-term, sustainable solution to fund our transportation needs. I look forward to learning more about the administration’s plans to give more power back to the states to innovate and reform. I appreciate that President Trump and his staff are taking the time to talk with state and local officials and listen to our perspectives.”

Speaker Vos is also in Washington D.C. this week to take part in the Legislative Leaders Symposium for the National Conference on State Legislatures (NCSL).

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