Wisconsin Specialty Food Processors Now Able To Sell Products Across State Lines

Due to a change in an administrative rule,Wisconsin’s specialty meat plants inspected by the state will soon be able to sell their products across state lines for the first time.  Currently, only meat from plants inspected by the U.S. Department of Agriculture can be sold across state lines while food processing plants that choose to…
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Harsdorf Reschedules Listening Sessions

(State Capitol, Madison) . . . State Senator Sheila Harsdorf (R – RiverFalls) has rescheduled listening sessions originally set for Thursday December 1st in Menomonie, Baldwin and Hudson.  These sessions were rescheduled due to a family emergency.  Below are the dates, locations and times of the listening sessions: Thursday, January 12th 12:30 p.m. – 1:30…
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DHS Seeks Extension Of Federal Waiver In Effort To Maintain SeniorCare

The Department of Health Services (DHS) has requested an extension of the federal waiver for Wisconsin’s SeniorCare program.  The waiver is set to expire on December 31st, 2012. The waiver extension would allowWisconsinto continue the SeniorCare program, which is a prescription drug assistance program that is more comprehensive and cost effective coverage than Medicare Part…
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Thursday Listening Sessions To Be Rescheduled

Senator Harsdorf will be rescheduling her listening sessions set for Thursday, December 1st due to a family emergency.  We apologize for the inconvenience.  Please contact her office at 1-800-862-1092 with any questions.

Harsdorf Announces Listening Sessions

(State Capitol, Madison) . . . State Senator Sheila Harsdorf (R –RiverFalls) will be visiting a community near you to listen to your concerns and thoughts on issues before the State Legislature. “The work I do in the State Senate could not be done without input from those I represent,” said Harsdorf.  “Listening sessions are…
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