An Informational Hearing to Discuss the RA Bible Study Ban at UW-Eau Claire

Tuesday, December 13, 2005, 9-11 a.m.
412 East, State Capitol, Madison, WI

Format of Hearing

ONLY invited speakers. ONLY Chair can invite speakers. No public testimony allowed.

What public can do

  • Public can attend and watch hearing, and register for or against the topic.
  • Written testimony can be submitted via e-mail or regular mail to the Committee (through the Committee Clerk), all members of the Committee, and your Representative.
    See Committee e-mail addresses below.
    Mail written testimony to: Wis. Assembly Comm. on Colleges and Universities, State Capitol, Po Box 8952, Madison WI 53708
    Go to for additional contact info or to find your representative.
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    In Madison: 266-9960
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  • Write your Representative (even if not on the Committee).
    Mail letters c/o: State Capitol, Po Box 8952, Madison WI 53708

Contact info for Members of the Wisconsin Assembly Committee on Colleges and Universities

Committee Clerk: Brad Hub

Rep. Robin Kreibich (R), Chair

Rep. Joan Ballweg (R), Vice-chair

Rep. Gregg Underheim (R)

Rep. Stephen Nass (R)

Rep. Suzanne Jeskewitz (R)

Rep. Debi Towns (R)

Rep. Andy Lamb (R)

Rep. Jennifer Shilling (D)

Rep. Marlin Schneider (D)

Rep. Spencer Black (D)

Rep. Frank Boyle (D)

Rep. Louis J. Molepske, Jr. (D)

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