As someone who spent a decade in the private sector, specifically in manufacturing, I’ve seen firsthand how over-regulation and federal red tape can hinder innovation, stifle job growth, and reduce competition. In Wisconsin, we have a diverse economy and we must protect good paying jobs by keeping the government’s hands off of small businesses and maintaining tax and regulatory relief.
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JANESVILLE, WISCONSIN—Congressman Bryan Steil (WI-01) released a statement on skyrocketing consumer prices, rising five percent from one year ago. According to the U.S. Department of Labor’s report, this is the highest annual inflation rate since the Great Recession.
JANESVILLE, WISCONSIN—Congressman Bryan Steil (WI-01) released a statement following the release of President Biden’s $6 trillion budget, increasing federal spending to World War II levels.
WASHINGTON, D.C.—Congressman Bryan Steil (WI-01), Senator Ron Johnson (R-WI), and members of the Wisconsin delegation called on Governor Tony Evers to end inefficient, wasteful incentives and help Wisconsin workers get back to work. You can read the letter here.
U.S. Rep. Bryan Steil, R-WI, along with a group of colleagues, introduced Tuesday the Keystone XL Pipeline Construction and Jobs Preservation Act. This bill allows the Keystone XL Pipeline to be built. On President Biden’s first day in office, Biden revoked the presidential permit for the pipeline, eliminating thousands of American jobs. This bill would reverse that action.
WASHINGTON, D.C.—Today following a virtual press conference, House Financial Services Committee member Congressman Bryan Steil (WI-01) launched the Investing in Innovation Initiative. Founding members of the Investing in Innovation Initiative include Reps. Ann Wagner (MO-02), Andy Barr (KY-06), Steve Stivers (OH-15), Warren Davidson (OH-08), Anthony Gonzalez (OH-16), and William Timmons (SC-04). You can watch the press conference here.
JANESVILLE, WISCONSIN—Reps. Bryan Steil (R-WI) and Lisa Blunt Rochester (D-DE), co-founders and co-chairs of the Congressional Future of Work Caucus, held a virtual roundtable on the importance of supporting and preparing workers for a post-coronavirus economy. Panelists included Dr. Eve Hall, President & CEO of the Milwaukee Urban League and Tom Erickson, the Founding Director of the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Computer, Data, and Information Sciences.
JANESVILLE, WISCONSIN—Today, the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) announced religious nonprofits and religious organizations are eligible to receive federal coronavirus emergency assistance loans to help pay their employees, rent, and utilities.
“Work is evolving and it’s always been evolving,” said Congressman Bryan Steil, a Republican who represents Wisconsin’s 1st Congressional District.
Steil and Congresswoman Lisa Blunt Rochester, a Democrat who represents Delaware, last week launched the Congressional Future of Work Caucus.
“How do we make sure that individuals in our communities are prepared for the jobs of the future?” Steil said that question what led them to create a caucus.
Today, co-chairs Bryan Steil (R-WI) and Lisa Blunt Rochester (D-DE) officially launched the Congressional Future of Work Caucus.