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Mike Kuglitsch

Mike Kuglitsch (Rep.), 84th Assembly District

Born Milwaukee, February 3, 1960; married; 4 children. Graduate New Berlin West H.S. 1978; B.A. Business UW-Whitewater 1983. Business consultant. Former member: Wisconsin Restaurant Assn. (pres.); Wisconsin Bowling Centers Assn. (pres.); New Berlin Chamber of Commerce (pres.).

Elected to Assembly 2010; reelected 2012. Biennial committee assignments: 2013 — State Affairs (chp.); International Trade and Commerce (vice chp.); Jobs, Economy and Mining; Labor; Workforce Development. 2011 — Homeland Security and State Affairs (vice chp.); Jobs, Economy and Small Business; Labor and Workforce Development.

Telephone: Office: (608) 267-5158.
E-mail: Rep.Kuglitsch@legis.wisconsin.gov
Voting address: New Berlin 53146.
Mailing address: Office: Room 129 West, State Capitol, P.O. Box 8952, Madison 53708.

Content referencing Mike Kuglitsch

City Hall: State Republican Lawmakers Oppose Barrett’s Budget
City Hall

State Republican Lawmakers Oppose Barrett’s Budget

Seven Republicans take aim at proposal to reduce police staffing, but don't mention sales tax request.

Working for Clean Energy a Tricky Task

Working for Clean Energy a Tricky Task

Polls show bipartisan support, but how you talk about it matters.

Utilities Seek Carbon Reduction Goals

Utilities Seek Carbon Reduction Goals

We Energies, other utilities could help Evers meet goal of carbon neutral state by 2050.

Republicans Seek to Limit Governor’s Veto

Republicans Seek to Limit Governor’s Veto

Legislators propose constitutional amendment to bar partial vetoes increasing spending.

Senator Craig Releases ‘State Budget Protection Act’
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Senator Craig Releases ‘State Budget Protection Act’

Constitutional amendment would right-size governor’s veto pen

Transportation: Evers Signs Bill Legalizing Scooters
Transportation

Evers Signs Bill Legalizing Scooters

Mayor says scooters could be back on Milwaukee streets in a few weeks.

Gov. Evers Signs Electric Scooter Bill, Expanding Transportation Options and Attracting Startup Companies to Wisconsin
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Gov. Evers Signs Electric Scooter Bill, Expanding Transportation Options and Attracting Startup Companies to Wisconsin

"Electric scooters improve access to low-cost transportation options and can serve as a first or last-mile solution to residents and visitors in communities throughout our state."

Tougher Drunk Driving Laws Pass Unanimously

Tougher Drunk Driving Laws Pass Unanimously

Assembly also approves delaying closure of juvenile justice facilities, and passes electric scooter legalization.

Transportation: Electric Scooters Could Return This Year
Transportation

Electric Scooters Could Return This Year

Bill working its way through state Legislature to legalize electric scooters.

Candidate for 84th Assembly seat Erica Flynn seeks forum with opponent before election
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Candidate for 84th Assembly seat Erica Flynn seeks forum with opponent before election

Erica Flynn’s campaign will hold a candidate forum, with or without her opponent, on Sunday, October 21.

The State of Politics: Democratic Program Recruits Women Candidates
The State of Politics

Democratic Program Recruits Women Candidates

Emerge program’s training give women the confidence to run for office.

The State of Politics: Fall Election Could Be Fascinating
The State of Politics

Fall Election Could Be Fascinating

More contested seats, tough campaign tactics could make for tighter, intense races.

Governor Walker Signs Bills on Improving Family Access to High-Quality Child Care, Creating Transitional Jobs Program for Wisconsin Veterans, and Increasing Funding for Watershed Protection Grants
Mayor Tom Barrett Applauds Passage of Bill Prohibiting Straw Purchasing
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Mayor Tom Barrett Applauds Passage of Bill Prohibiting Straw Purchasing

Senate Bill 408 criminalizes gun purchases on behalf of felons and acting as ‘human holster’

Court Watch: GOP Legislators Push Harsher Bail Rules
Court Watch

GOP Legislators Push Harsher Bail Rules

State constitutional amendment opposed by defense lawyers, supported by City of Milwaukee.

Vukmir veterans’ tuition bill now law
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Vukmir veterans’ tuition bill now law

Walker signs bill to reimburse Guard members for full tuition

Governor Walker Signs Bills Supporting Veterans into Law at Applied Fab & Machining in Wausau
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Governor Walker Signs Bills Supporting Veterans into Law at Applied Fab & Machining in Wausau

"The proven skills, dedication, and work ethic of our veterans and service members illustrate their key role in keeping Wisconsin’s workforce strong and successful."

Data Wonk: Why Does GOP Want To Raise My Taxes?
Data Wonk

Why Does GOP Want To Raise My Taxes?

And why do I get nothing back in return but a bigger federal deficit?

With Elections Just a Year Away, Legislature Abandons Wisconsin Families
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With Elections Just a Year Away, Legislature Abandons Wisconsin Families

Industrial Acid Mining Bill Will Put Public Health at Risk for Generations

Leah unveils 100+ Wisconsin endorsements
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Leah unveils 100+ Wisconsin endorsements

Elected officials, grassroots activists and business owners unite behind Leah

Vukmir, Kuglitsch author bill to reimburse veterans for full tuition costs
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Vukmir, Kuglitsch author bill to reimburse veterans for full tuition costs

"Those who serve our country deserve the certainty that we will keep our promises to them."

Representatives Kuglitsch & Neylon Appointed to Autonomous Vehicle Steering Committee
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Representatives Kuglitsch & Neylon Appointed to Autonomous Vehicle Steering Committee

"This is the dawn of a new era in transportation technology, and we should embrace it."

Governor Walker Signs Two Bills Into Law
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Governor Walker Signs Two Bills Into Law

Senate Bills 7 and 12 were signed into law today.

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

Acts 200 - 257.

When will Wisconsin Assembly convene on $250M arena funding bill?
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When will Wisconsin Assembly convene on $250M arena funding bill?

Venture Capital Bill Should Be Delayed Until Evidence of Job Creation Produced
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Venture Capital Bill Should Be Delayed Until Evidence of Job Creation Produced

Under the guise of job creation, the State Senate is poised to pass Venture Capital Legislation (SB 169) on Tuesday. The companion bill (AB 181) has already passed the Assembly.