Politician Info

Rep. Vruwink from Milton sponsors decriminalizatoin and medical marijuana measures in past sessions, but did not co-sponsor the Adult Use legalization bill that a majority if the Democrats presented in 2021-22 session.  He was absent from all marijuana legislation in 2021-22.

  • Born Auburndale, Wisconsin, June 12, 1952; married; 1 child.
  • Graduate Auburndale High School, 1970; B.A. in Broad Field Social Studies, Political Science and Coaching Minor, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, 1975; M.A. in History, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, 1986.
  • Full-time legislator; substitute teacher; softball and baseball umpire. Retired teacher, Milton School District; Former Parks and Recreation Director, City of Milton; Former Milton High School basketball, football and softball coach.
  • Member: Farm Bureau; League of Conservation Voters.
  • Recipient: Channel 3000 Top Notch Teacher, 2011; Milton Athletic Hall of Fame, 2011; Wisconsin Fastpitch Coaches Hall of Fame, 2014; Milton Chamber of Commerce Lifetime Achievement Award, 2014; Wisconsin Property Taxpayers Property Taxpayer Champion Award, 2018; Wisconsin Educational Technology Leaders Education Technology Appreciation Award, 2018.
  • Milton City Council 2011–15 (president 2015); Milton School Board 2016–19 (acting president 2019).
  • Legislature: Elected to Assembly since 2016.
Position on Marijuana Legalization

Unknown - ask him to co-sponsor AB 220

Position on Marijuana Decriminalization


Position on Medical Marijuana


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