MADISON, Wis. – Last week, State Assembly leadership announced that Rep.-Elect Nate Gustafson (R – Fox Crossing) will serve on five Assembly standing committees during the 106 th Wisconsin State Legislature – including as the Vice Chairman of the Regulatory Licensing Reform committee.
“I am honored to be appointed as Vice Chairman of the Regulatory Licensing Reform committee,” Gustafson said.
“One of the reasons I ran for office is because I want to help restore Wisconsin’s economy through growth of local businesses. Through my role as Vice Chairman of the committee, I look forward to working toward encouraging private sector growth by allowing businesses to operate with minimal government interference.”
Gustafson will also serve as a member of four additional committees, including State Affairs, Ways and Means, Judiciary and Labor and Integrated Employment.
“I am grateful to the Assembly Leadership and the people of the 55 th Assembly District for placing their trust in me to work hard on behalf of Wisconsinites across the Fox Cities. I will work hard every day to ensure that hard-working people of our state are in control of their own lives,” Gustafson added.
The 55 th Assembly District covers parts of Winnebago and Outagamie Counties and includes the towns of Clayton, Neenah, Vinland, Winchester, Wolf River, Grand Chute, the village of Fox Crossing, and the cities of Neenah and Appleton.