We can't afford to have Washington bureaucrats and the federal government dictating individual health care needs. Our health care system is failing patients across the country and hardworking families struggle to pay off their medical bills. Congress must act to alleviate this pain and stress by putting patients and doctors at the forefront of the decision-making process which will help drive down costs, improve quality, and create more accessible and affordable health care options for families.
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JANESVILLE, WISCONSIN—Today, Bryan Steil was the featured speaker during a live virtual panel with the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Racine County. During the Zoom meeting with NAMI Racine County, Steil discussed his bill, the Mental Health and Substance Abuse Support During COVID-19 Act, and work in Congress to provide mental health resources to Southeast Wisconsin.
WASHINGTON, D.C.—Bryan Steil released a statement after voting in favor of the Coronavirus Preparedness and Response Supplemental Appropriations Act. The bill now heads to the Senate.
Wisconsin Congressman Bryan Steil said he is confident the federal government is doing all it can to address the coronavirus. Steil met with Vice President Mike Pence at the White House on Tuesday, March 3 -- and shared the conversation with FOX6 News.
In a room typically reserved for war, 14 members of Congress met with the vice president to tackle a new enemy -- coronavirus.
"I walked away from the briefing far more confident that we are doing everything we can to address this disease," Steil said.
WASHINGTON, D.C.—Today, Bryan Steil was one of 14 lawmakers at the White House for a briefing on the coronavirus. Vice President Mike Pence briefed Steil and his colleagues on ongoing efforts to combat the coronavirus outbreak in the United States.
WASHINGTON, D.C.—Today, Bryan Steil attended a congressional-wide briefing on the coronavirus by public health and infectious disease experts.
“Today’s briefing provided an update on the Administration’s efforts to combat the coronavirus. Protecting our communities will require federal, state, and local officials to work together. I support Congress movingly quickly to provide funding to fight this disease. Anyone in Southeast Wisconsin wanting up-to-date information should visit cdc.gov,” said Steil.
Shoreline erosion and the future of Medicare were issues before U.S. Rep. Bryan Steil Friday at a listening session in Somers.
Steil, R-Janesville, held five listening sessions during the day, each 50 minutes, in multiple counties throughout his congressional district.
Kenosha County on Friday declared a state of emergency due to recent storm-driven shoreline damage and ongoing erosion. Steil said he is committed to doing his part to help local areas receive federal resources, particularly as it pertains to assistance from the Army Corp of Engineers.
U.S. Rep. Bryan Steil wants to make sure successful drug companies can keep making money, while still restraining them to an extent so as to not exploit the average Joe.
Bryan Steil will host a Children’s Mental Health Forum for parents and families in Southeast Wisconsin on August 1, 2019. Panelists include experts from the federal Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, U.S. Department of Education, Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin, Racine Collaborative for Children’s Mental Health, and Racine County Human Services office. This is an opportunity for parents and families to learn from experts and to discuss best practices regarding mental health.
WASHINGTON, D.C.—Today, Bryan Steil co-authored a bipartisan letter calling for federal funds to address trauma-informed care. Steil also joined the Trauma-Informed Care Caucus spearheaded by former Wisconsin First Lady Tonette Walker and co-chaired by Congressman Mike Gallagher (WI-08).