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Area state officials react to 'State of the State'

Freshman Tittl praises Walker's 'common sense reform'

11:06 PM, Jan. 15, 2013
State Sens. Frank Lasee, left, and Joe Leibham, right, along with state Rep. Paul Tittl share perspectives on Tuesday night's 'State of the State' speech after it was delivered by Gov. Scott Walker.
State Sens. Frank Lasee, left, and Joe Leibham, right, along with state Rep. Paul Tittl share perspectives on Tuesday night's 'State of the State' speech after it was delivered by Gov. Scott Walker.
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State Sen. Frank Lasee has heard 17 "State of the State" addresses given by Wisconsin governors, the first 14 as a member of the Assembly and the last three as the northern half of Manitowoc County's representative in the Senate.

"There was nothing super exciting in (Walker's speech)," Lasee said Tuesday night. But what is more important the Bellevue Republican said was that the state is living within its means. "We are headed in the right direction."

Republican Paul Tittl is in his first month in the Assembly representing the city of Manitowoc and other communities in the western portion of ...

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