Participate on Legislative Study Committees

Published: May 16, 2016

Below is a list of the Legislative Study Committees that will convene this summer and fall. These are great opportunities for citizens, including faculty and staff from UW System institutions, to engage legislators on important issues facing the state. 

If you are participating on one of these study committees, or you are interested in doing so, please contact University Advancement so we are aware of your efforts.


The 2016 interim study committees have been approved.  Committee chairs and vice-chairs are also assigned.

Study Committee on Access to Civil Legal Services:
Rep. Horlacher Chair, Sen. Stroebel Vice-Chair.

Study Committee on the Preservation of Burial Sites:
Rep. Loudenbeck Chair, Rep. R. Brooks Vice-Chair.

Study Committee on Publication of Government Documents and Legal Notices:
Rep. Spiros Chair, Sen. Miller Vice-Chair.

Study Committee on Reducing Recidivism and Removing Impediments to Ex-Offender Employment:
Sen. Darling Chair, Rep. Hutton Vice-Chair.

Study Committee on Rural Broadband:
Sen. Marklein Chair, Rep. Quinn Vice-Chair.

Study Committee on School Data:
Rep Thiesfeldt Chair, Sen. LeMahieu Vice-Chair.

Study Committee on Volunteer Firefighter and Emergency Medical Technician Shortages:
Sen. Nass Chair, Rep. Kremer Vice-Chair.

Special Committee on State-Tribal Relations:
Rep. Mursau Chair, Sen. Vinehout Vice-Chair.

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