Voting NO to hemp along side Sentor Stroebel gives a clue into the mind of the legislator. Dismissing public polling and district support seals the deal on Senator Nass failing grade for consecutive sessions.
Holds office State Senate District 11
- Born Whitewater, Wisconsin, October 7, 1952.
- Graduate Whitewater High School; B.S. University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, 1978; M.S. Ed. in School Business Management, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, 1990.
- Owner, rental property business. Former payroll benefits analyst and information analyst/negotiator. Member of Wisconsin Air National Guard (retired, CMSgt, 33 years of service), served in Middle East in Operations Desert Shield and Desert Storm.
- Member: American Legion; Veterans of Foreign Wars.
- Former member: University of Wisconsin-Whitewater Board of Visitors, 1979—89.
- Whitewater City Council, 1977—81.
- Elected to Assembly 1990—2014. Elected to Senate 2014.
Member of Midwestern Higher Education Commission and Military and State Relations, Council on
May 2018 Constituent Report: They replied that no matter what the polls say (77 percent are in favor of medical, 61 percent are in favor of recreational), their constituents are not in favor of either.
October 2019: The bipartisan ‘Growing Opportunities Act’ for Industrial Hemp passed the State Senate on Tuesday on a 30-2 vote with only Sen. Steve Nass (R-Whitewater) and Sen. Duey Stroebel (R- Saukville) voting no to Industrial Hemp.
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