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Mark Miller, State Senator 16th District

Mark F. Miller (D-Monona) is serving his third term in the Wisconsin Senate. He represents the 16th Senate District in Dane County. He was elected in 2004 and re-elected in 2008 and 2012.

Senator Miller serves on the Senate Committee on Elections and Urban Affairs, the Senate Committee on Energy, Consumer Protection and Government Reform, and the Senate Committee on Natural Resources. He is the former Senate Democratic Leader and the former Senate Co-Chair of the Joint Committee on Finance.

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  • Democratic Radio "Preparing to Vote"

    Sen. Mark Miller gives you important information on where and how to vote in the Fall General Election on Tuesday, November 6th. MADISON, WI – Senator Mark Miller (D-Monona) offered the weekly Democratic radio address today. The audio file of this week’s address can be found here. A written transcript of the address is below: “Hello, this i ...
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  • Danger

    MADISON, November 7, 2017 - Today’s Senate session had one theme. Danger. Senate Republicans passed several egregious bills today that do nothing to better the lives of Wisconsinites, but rather put them at risk. There is no logical reason to make recounts for elections harder, except it consolidates power for those who hold it. There is no fatho ...
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  • Sen. Mark Miller: What Happened to Wisconsin?

    Native Americans, originating from the Great Law of the Iroquois, have approached conservation decisions made today as ones that should benefit the people seven generations from now. Today, we seem to be rushing towards a new era, one where promises of the past are cast aside in the name of eliminating obstacles for business. MADISON - Wisconsin ...
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  • Waters of Wisconsin and High Capacity Wells

    Sen. Mark Miller talks about SB76, which gives high capacity well owners priority over all other users of Wisconsin waters including shoreline property owners, anglers, boaters, tourist businesses, small farmers, and rural households. MONONA, WI - The waters of Wisconsin belong to the people of Wisconsin. This provision is enshrined in our state ...
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Tim Burns, Supreme Court Candidate

Tim Burns is a partner at a law firm in Madison, Wisconsin. He is a former co-chair of the Insurance Coverage Litigation Committee of the American Bar Association.

A graduate of University of Missouri-Columbia Law School, Tim is licensed in Wisconsin, Illinois and Missouri. Tim's national practice focuses on making insurance companies live up to their obligations to their policyholders.

Tim also serves on the national board of the American Constitution Society and he chairs the Fair and Impartial Courts Committee of the Civil Rights and Social Justice Section of the American Bar Association. He is a member of the American Law Institute.

Tim and his wife Pam, have chosen Middleton to raise their family. Married for over 20 years, they have three children

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Wisconsin Assembly, Britt Cudaback

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  • Medicaid Matters to Wisconsin

    http://newiprogressive.com/images/stories/S5/medical-transport-s5.jpgThe American Health Care Act passed in the House cuts $839 billion from Medicaid, removes coverage from millions, and drastically alters healthcare protections for the rest. It would shift billions to Wisconsin taxpayers and does nothing to reduce health care costs, it only reduce ...
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League of Women Voters Wisconsin

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