Wisconsin 6th District
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Washington, DC Office
2462 Rayburn Building
Washington, DC 20515
Tel: 202-225-2476
Fax: 202-225-2356
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Fond du Lac Office
490 West Rolling Meadows Drive
Suite B
Fond du Lac, WI 54937
Tel: 920-922-1180
Fax: 920-922-4498
Toll-free in WI: 800-242-4883
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Oshkosh Office
2390 State Road 44
Suite B
Oshkosh, WI 54904
Tel: 920-231-6333
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Rep. Petri on Town Meetings
"Town meetings are an opportunity to express your opinion on the issues of the day, hear what your neighbors have to say, ask questions and respond to the comments that are made.  Full Release

Petri and Other Transportation Committee Leaders Introduce Bipartisan Air Safety Bill
WASHINGTON— Rep. Tom Petri, along with the other members of the bipartisan leadership of the Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure and the Subcommittee on Aviation, on Wednesday introduced legislation to enhance airline safety by setting new training and service standards for commercial pilots.  Full Release

Three Petri-Backed Projects In Bill Considered by House Thursday
The House is set to vote today on legislation which includes funding for transportation.  H.R. 3288, the Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Appropriations Act of 2010, includes three projects requested by Rep. Tom Petri in cooperation with the Wisconsin Department of Transportation and local officials.  Full Release

Oshkosh Student In DC for Girls Nation
Oshkosh West High School student Rebecca Liu met with Rep. Tom Petri Thursday while she was in Washington to participate in Girls Nation, a program sponsored by the American Legion to help young people learn about government and politics.  Full Release

Petri’s Decades-Long Initiative Advances
The House Education and Labor Committee approved legislation Tuesday to end the Federal Family Education (FFEL) program in favor of the Direct Loan program.  Rep. Tom Petri (R-WI), a member of the committee, hailed the move as "long overdue and very much welcome."  Full Release