Stephen L. Nass (Rep.), 11th Senate District
Born Whitewater, October 7, 1952. Graduate Whitewater H.S.; B.S. UW-Whitewater 1978; M.S. Ed. in school business management UW-Whitewater 1990. Former payroll benefits analyst and information analyst/negotiator. Member of Wis. Air National Guard (retired, 33 years of service), served in Middle East in Operations Desert Shield and Desert Storm. Member: American Legion; Veterans of Foreign Wars; Mukwonago Business Breakfast Club; Jefferson Co. Agribusiness Club. Whitewater City Council 1977-81; UW-Whitewater Bd. of Visitors 1979-89.
Elected to Assembly 1990-2012; elected to Senate 2014. Biennial Senate committee assignments: 2015 — Labor and Government Reform (chp.); Jt. Com. for Review of Admin. Rules (co-chp.); Universities and Technical Colleges (vice chp.); Education; Education Reform and Government Operations. Assembly committee assignments: 2013 — Colleges and Universities (chp., also 2011, 2007, mbr. since 2003); Education (vice chp. 1995-2001, mbr. since 1991); Government Operations and State Licensing; Housing and Real Estate; Labor; State and Local Finance. 2011 — Ways and Means (vice chp., also 2005, mbr. 2009, 2003); Labor and Workforce Development (also 2001). 2009 — Labor (chp. 2005, 2003). 2007 — Education Reform (vice chp., also 2003, chp. 2001, mbr. since 1999); Labor and Industry. 2005 — Property Rights and Land Management (vice chp.). 2001 — Personal Privacy; Education Commission of the States (also 1999). 1999 — Government Operations; Labor and Employment (vice chp. 1997, mbr. 1995); Jt. Com. on Audit. 1997 — Mandates (chp.); Criminal Justice and Corrections; Rural Affairs; Legis. Coun. Com. on Services for Visually Handicapped Students.
Telephone: Office: (608) 266-2635; (800) 578-1457 (toll free); District: (262) 495-3424.
Voting address: N 8330 Jackson Road, Whitewater 53190.
Mailing address: Office: Room 10 South, State Capitol, P.O. Box 7882, Madison 53707-7882.
Content referencing Steve Nass
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93 bills signed into law at the Wisconsin State CapitolApr 16th, 2018 by Gov. Scott Walker
Assembly bill would add restrictions to local governments raising money for transportation projectsDec 14th, 2017 by State Rep. Melissa Sargent
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Senate Republican Troika Still Needs to Answer Why They Violated WI Statute 13.06Oct 23rd, 2017 by One Wisconsin Now
Speaker Vos Insulted Governor, Compared Senators to “Terrorists” in InterviewOct 23rd, 2017 by AFP Wisconsin
One Wisconsin Now Requests Investigation of Possible Violations of Law in GOP Senators’ Shady Budget Deal With Gov. WalkerOct 3rd, 2017 by One Wisconsin Now
Walker pledges to veto shady PFA power grab targeted by AFP activistsSep 17th, 2017 by AFP Wisconsin
This legislation shares many of the reforms sought at the federal level by Congressman Jim Sensenbrenner in the DUE PROCESS ACT OF 2016.Jan 19th, 2017 by State Sen. David Craig
“...Republicans only seem to care about the University of Wisconsin when they are offended by what is being taught, and not when it comes to properly funding our UW System to compete in today’s economy.”Dec 21st, 2016 by State Rep. Dana Wachs
Where it’s made matters.Oct 24th, 2016 by Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation
Wisconsinites deserve access to quality health care options, where they need it and when they need it, Governor Walker said.Jan 26th, 2016 by Gov. Scott Walker
Time to Step Up And Send Prevailing Wage Repeal Bill To Governor's DeskJun 2nd, 2015 by AFP Wisconsin
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"I am deeply disappointed that Senator Nass and Republicans did not at least live up to their promise of holding the public hearing until 7:00 tonight."Feb 24th, 2015 by State Rep. Peter Barca
Republican proposal would provide great protection to incumbent politicians.Dec 9th, 2013 by Steven Walters
Baseball commissioner Bud Selig has scoffed at complaints from Twin Cities newspapers that eliminating a baseball team there would benefit the Milwaukee Brewers.Nov 19th, 2001 by Bruce Murphy