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RACINE, WISCONSIN—Following a press conference at the Racine County Sheriff Patrol Station, Bryan Steil announced Retired United States Navy Commander Richard “Dick” Vallin as Wisconsin’s First Congressional District’s Veteran of the Year.
WASHINGTON, D.C.—Today, with Bryan Steil’s support, the House of Representatives passed the Homeless Veteran Families Act. Steil is a cosponsor of the bill and it now awaits passage in the Senate.
JANESVILLE, WISCONSIN—Bryan Steil is seeking nominations for Wisconsin’s First Congressional District’s Veteran of the Year Award. The Veteran of the Year Award is an opportunity for a veteran to be honored for his or her service and contributions in the First District.
RACINE, WISCONSIN—Following two press conferences, Bryan Steil announced the hiring of Ryan Vishaway, Wisconsin’s First Congressional District’s Wounded Warrior Fellow. Through the House of Representatives’ Wounded Warrior Fellowship Program, Vishaway serves as the Director of Veterans and Military Affairs in our office. Vishaway is responsible for veteran outreach, veteran and military casework, and service academy nominations.
WASHINGTON, D.C.—Today, Bryan Steil’s budget-neutral amendment providing funding for the Department of Veterans Affairs’ suicide prevention and treatment programs passed the House of Representatives.
Watch the floor speech here.
RACINE, WI—At an event with members from VFW Post 10301 in Racine, Bryan Steil announced that he is seeking a Wounded Warrior fellow to serve in Wisconsin’s First Congressional District.
“I’m excited for this opportunity and encourage all to apply. We’re home to more than 45,000 veterans in the First District and I’m committed to supporting them. Our fellow will play a critical role and focus on ensuring our service members, veterans, and their families have access to the federal resources and care they have earned,” said Steil.
WASHINGTON, D.C.— Bryan Steil released a statement following his sponsorship of the bipartisan Blue Water Navy Vietnam Veterans Act of 2019.