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Senator Sheila Harsdorf, Representative ...
Senator Sheila Harsdorf, Representative Kitty Rhoades and Bryce Luchterhand, Governor Doyle's Northern Region Representative, will be answering your questions and concerns.
Pigs in Pines JEM
ST. GERMAIN, Wis. (May 6, 2006) -- Governor Jim Doyle's Northern Office Representative Bryce Luchterhand today announced a $30,800 tourism marketing grant to the St. Germain Chamber of Commerce to help promote the "Pig in the Pines Rib Fest."
Bryce Luchterhand, of Gov. ...
Bryce Luchterhand, of Gov. Jim Doyle’s northern office, gave a rundown on what to expect from the state soon at the Northwest Regional Planning Commisssion’s semi-annual meeting Wednesday, Dec. 5, at Grand Pines Resort, Hayward. — Photo by Regan Kohler | Read full story
...Bryce Luchterhand, of Gov. Jim Doyle's northern office, gave a rundown on what to expect from the state soon at the Northwest Regional Planning Commisssion's semi-annual meeting Wednesday, Dec. 5, at Grand Pines Resort, Hayward. - Photo by Regan Kohler
...Bryce Luchterhand, of Gov.
, of the governor's northern office, said a special legislative session was called for campaign financing.Some in the Assembly are opposed to public money financing campaigning, Luchterhand
said, and a proposed ban on campaign fundraising between the day the state's budget is announced and the day it is approved may go into effect.
"So this year, there would've been 10 months!"Luchterhand
Officials are also looking to a complete statewide smoking ban, though he
said the majority leader isn't in favor of a complete ban but of phasing it into each area separately.The Tavern League
has a lot of sway in the state, though, Luchterhand
wants to see is that insurance companies be required to insure autistic children.He
said autism is a growing epidemic in Wisconsin.
Along those same lines, Luchterhand
said BadgerCare Plus now allows children access to health care in lower-income families.
Instead, drawn by the furor of ...
Instead, drawn by the furor of local residents over the plans to cut trees along Highway K, Bryce Luchterhand, the director of Gov.
The only problem, opponents say, is that the so-called agreement was between state officials and Luchterhand
and did not in any way represent the feelings of those who fear the impact of logging on the road's special scenery.
While Luchterhand's efforts were appreciated, they say, his
"compromise" was not.
Pine River Terrace, Richland Center, Wisconsin
"The Pine River Terrace apartments are an excellent example of the federal government working in concert with the state, local community and private sector," said Bryce Luchterhand, State Director, USDA Rural Development.