35th Assembly District
Corporate tax loopholes, not payring state income taxes, Big Oil
"The use of pseudoscience, like the notion of climate change, must not be used to advance a political agenda in Wisconsin."
Tiffany has been fined three times by the Government Accountability Board since 2004 for illegally accepting excessive Political Action Committee money, for failing to turn in campaign finance forms, and for withholding corporate contributions.
Nexis.com, retrieved 1/20/2011
"The DNR leadership needs to be cleaned out in Madison and the whole structure of the agency needs to be reformed."
Tom Tiffany interview, "The Inside Scoop with Rick Sense, 5/22/2010
[Tom Tiffany] is asking Governor-elect Scott Walker to halt new rules, regulations and initiatives affecting the forest products industry in Wisconsin. Tiffany, who was elected to serve the 35th Assembly district in last month's election, says the forest products industry stands ready to create jobs and reinvigorate the state's economy if certain regulatory obstacles are removed.
"We should eliminate combined reporting"
Tom Tiffany served as the spokesperson for the Big Oil-financed Americans for Prosperity. The organization is financed by the oil fortunes of Koch Industries, the nation's largest privately-held company, and widely-recognized as the "big money" power behind the so-called Tea Party movement.
Between 2009 and 2009, Tom Tiffany did not pay state income taxes.
Wisconsin Department of Administration