State Sen. Chris Larson
Press Release

Wisconsin Loses Relentless Advocate for Wisconsin’s Middle Class

The following is a statement from State Senator Chris Larson on the tragic loss of Marty Beil.

By - Oct 2nd, 2015 11:16 am

Madison – The following is a statement from State Senator Chris Larson on the tragic loss of Marty Beil.

“Yesterday, Wisconsin lost a relentless advocate for Wisconsin’s Middle Class. Marty called Wisconsin his home since the 1960s, and worked tirelessly to lift up hardworking families in our state. As an AFSCME leader, Marty was principle in the fight against Walker’s Regressive Era of politics and culture of corruption.

“Marty’s steadfast presence, deep character, and strong wisdom will be sorely missed.”

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