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JANESVILLE, WISCONSIN—Congressman Bryan Steil (WI-01) received a response from Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers regarding information on the State of Wisconsin’s COVID-19 vaccination plan. You can find the letter here. In December, Steil and U.S.
WASHINGTON, D.C.—Congressman Bryan Steil (WI-01) urged Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers to provide transparency on Wisconsin’s COVID-19 vaccine distribution plan. Steil was joined by Wisconsin Senator Tammy Baldwin in this request.
KENOSHA, WISCONSIN—Today at a press conference in Kenosha, Congressman Bryan Steil announced a $4.4 million grant for Southeast Wisconsin to eliminate lead paint from low-income homes. Steil joined U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Midwest Regional Administrator Joseph Galvan, HUD Deputy Secretary Brian Montgomery, Kenosha County Human Services Director John Jansen, and Kenosha County Health Officer Dr. Jen Freiheit at the Kenosha County Job Center for the announcement.
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.
JANESVILLE, WISCONSIN—Today at Mercyhealth Hospital in Janesville, Bryan Steil honored Dr. Frank Brodkey of Milton as Wisconsin’s First Congressional District’s Health Care Professional of the Year. Steil also recognized Emily Bundy, RN, of Janesville, Casey Stubbs, RN and Infection Prevention and Control Coordinator, of Janesville, and the COVID-19 unit team as Health Care Heroes.
JANESVILLE, WISCONSIN—Bryan Steil listened and spoke with parents, doctors, and experts today during the virtual Children’s Mental Health Forum. Panelists from a variety of local, state, and federal organizations provided insight on mental health challenges facing our children and best practices, especially during the coronavirus crisis.
Bryan Steil will hold a virtual Children’s Mental Health Forum on Thursday, August 6, 2020 at 10am CT. Steil and local, state, and federal panelists will bring attention to issues surrounding children’s mental health, ending the stigma, learning best practices, and understanding COVID-19’s impact on children. Last year, Steil held a Children’s Mental Health Forum at Case High School in Racine.
WASHINGTON, D.C.—As schools begin making decisions about when and how to reopen, Bryan Steil is working with Republicans and Democrats to ensure students, teachers, and staff are safe while in the classroom. Steil cosponsored H.R. 7029, the Protect our Children from COVID-19 Act, to require the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to conduct a study, by August, on the transmissibility of COVID-19 in children.
JANESVILLE, WISCONSIN—Bryan Steil is now accepting submissions for the Wisconsin’s First Congressional District’s Health Care Worker of the Year Award. This award recognizes an unsung hero in our community who has gone above and beyond during the coronavirus pandemic.
JANESVILLE, WISCONSIN—Today, Bryan Steil announced that the City of Racine received $649,751 to assist homeless families and individuals suffering from coronavirus. Funding was authorized by the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act which Steil supported.