Rep. Mark Spreitzer reacts to State of the State address
“Wisconsin can and must do better.”
“Wisconsin needs fresh ideas, but the Governor’s speech fell short on bold reform. Even after six years as Governor with total Republican control of the Legislature, he still has no answer on how we fill the gaping holes in our transportation infrastructure. After three of his budgets, Wisconsin still has no clear path forward on how we ensure a quality public education for every student in this state.
“After six years under Governor Walker, our economy and tax system have become increasingly rigged against working families, our university system has been vilified and choked financially, and seniors and the less fortunate among us have lived under constant fear that their safety net will be yanked out from under them. Wisconsin can and must do better.”
Recent Press Releases by State Rep. Mark Spreitzer - Page 2
Rep. Mark Spreitzer’s and Rep. JoCasta Zamarripa’s statement on the withdrawal of federal protections for transgender studentsFeb 23rd, 2017 by State Rep. Mark Spreitzer
"The reasoning of the Trump administration’s decision in withdrawing federal protections for transgender students is hurtful, discriminatory, and baseless."
"Clearly, Republicans will stop at nothing to secure their grip on power."
"Today’s order is a victory for all Wisconsin residents."
This will be Rep. Spreitzer’s second term in the State Assembly.
Rep. Spreitzer will begin his second term representing the 45th Assembly District in Janua
“We are a month away from a major election, and there is mounting evidence that voting and voter registration has become chaotic and complicated by design.”
"Governor Walker should immediately retract his comments."
The documents suggest that Governor Walker collaborated and traded favors with lobbyists, third-party shadow groups, and even Donald Trump.
“While I’m thankful for this decision, I hope we can codify this decision by passing the MFEA, and bring permanent certainty to Wisconsin families.”
“To create and protect their own political advantage, Republicans drew some of the most gerrymandered legislative maps in the entire country.”
Rep. Mark Spreitzer released the following statement upon the Public Service Commission’s approval of Alliant Energy’s Riverside Energy Center expansion project near Beloit:
The committee will allow only invited guests to speak.