Contact: Rep. Terry Katsma
Madison—Representative Terry Katsma (R–Oostburg) was one of 63 members of the
Republican Assembly Caucus to deliver an offer to work with Governor Tony Evers on a series of bipartisan issues.“I look forward to reaching across the aisle to solve some of the issues that are most important to Wisconsin’s citizens.” said Rep. Katsma.
Reducing the income tax, protecting those with pre-existing conditions and attracting qualified employees to the state are among the many issues that Republicans hope to work with the new administration to solve.
“These are issues that I know Republicans and Democrats alike can agree on and come together for the people of Wisconsin,” said Rep. Katsma. “Protecting those with pre-existing conditions remains one of my top priorities. Last session I voted for a bill that provided protections for those with pre-existing conditions, and I look forward to supporting similar legislation in the upcoming weeks. We also must work together to continue to reduce the tax burden on Wisconsin’s families and make this state an attractive destination for potential employees.”
The Wisconsin State Assembly has a strong history of bipartisanship. In the last legislative
session, 90 percent of bills passed out of the chamber received bipartisan support.