Laurie E. Carlson

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American basketball player

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According to Wikipedia, Laurie E. Carlson was a member of the Wisconsin State Assembly. Biography Carlson was born Laurie Edwin Carlson on January 12, 1908, in Bayfield, Wisconsin. He attended Northland College, where he was a member of the varsity basketball team, and the University of Wisconsin–Madison. Carlson was also active in promoting the sport of curling. He married Helen Whipple and have four children. Carlson died on March 26, 1999. After his death, a joint resolution by the Wisconsin State Senate and the State Assembly was created to honor his life and was presented to his children. To honor Carlson's lifelong commitment to progressive laws, regulations and policies, his family established The Laurie Carlson Progressive Ideas Forum at the UW-Madison, and the Forum brings speakers and guests to Madison on a regular basis.

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