Northwoods Republican responds to issues facing residents like water quality, wolf management

From Wisconsin Public Radio:

Amid leadership turnover at Wisconsin’s environmental agency and distrust in drinking water, a Northwoods legislator says the state should take incremental policy steps to address concerns like toxic PFAS chemicals.

State Rep. Jeff Mursau, R-Crivitz, leads the state Assembly’s Committee on Forestry, Parks and Outdoor Recreation. During a recent appearance on WPR’s “The Morning Show,” Mursau said Democrats and Republicans can find common ground on environmental issues.


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