Tim Ramthum statements about marijuana reform come in August after his primary victory and with confidence that he will be elected in November, as he faced no democratic challenger. The report broke as Fond du Lac county discussed placing marijuana referendums on the ballot. Ramthun (from Campbellsport) said action needs to be taken at the state level, adding “We can’t say let’s all do it and it will be OK. We need structure and control."
During 2019, his fellow Assembly Republicans prefiled a bill for the 2020 legislative session to create a medical marijuana program in Wisconsin (Assembly Bill 750) which he failed to co-sponsor. Rep. Ramthun failed to take any action at providing the structure and control of marijuana reform at the state level this session.
Holds office State Assembly District 59
- Born Kewaskum, Wisconsin, March 13, 1957; married; 2 children; 8 grandchildren.
- Graduate Kewaskum school district, 1975; MBTI Business Training Institute, 1983; diplomas in Project Management and Six-Sigma (green), Project Management Institute, 1999; diplomas in Organizational Efficiency, Operational Quality, and Service Execution, American Management Association, 1994–96.
- Former executive business management consultant; vice president and directorship roles for multiple Fortune 100 and Fortune 500 companies that specialized in manufacturing, technology, finance, education, supply-chain service, and delivery and call center operations.
- Member: Kewaskum School District School Board (past president); the Heritage Foundation.
- Elected to Assembly 2018.
Aug 2018 (Regarding Fond du Lac County Marijuana Referendum: Incoming Assembly Representative for the 59th District Timothy Ramthun said action needs to be taken at the state level
“We can’t say let’s all do it and it will be OK. We need structure and control," he said.
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