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MILWAUKEE — The public is being asked to weigh in on new rules from the Environmental Protection Agency regarding lead and copper in drinking water.
MADISON, Wis. (WMTV)-- UW-Madison is receiving more than $450,000 in federal funding for an initiative aiding farmers and businesses in Wisconsin to innovate and modernize the dairy industry.
The White House is revamping its push for Democrats to pass President Trump’s trade deal with Mexico and Canada sooner than later.
The agreement was signed by US, Mexican and Canadian leaders last year but still hasn't been ratified by Congress yet.
Vice President Mike Pence took aim at Congress while speaking at a Heritage Foundation event this week.
Republican Congressman Bryan Steil, who represents Wisconsin's First Congressional District, recently returned from a bipartisan trip to Israel. This was his first foreign trip as a member of Congress.
We are talking with Congressman Bryan Steil this week. Steil represents Southeastern Wisconsin’s First Congressional District in the House of Representatives, Paul Ryan’s former district. He’s already begun to chart his own course in a variety of ways.
U.S. Rep. Bryan Steil, R-Wis., a statement following the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office's report on the economic forecast for the next 10 years.
As part of a National Association of Convenience Stores outreach program, freshman Congressman Bryan Steil, R-Wis., worked behind the count at Lou Perrine’s Gas & Grocery, 5145 Sheridan Road, for a short time Wednesday.
Steil took on the role to learn about the dynamics of operating a convenience store, meet with customers and engage with constituents.
KENOSHA — A recognizable face was behind the counter at Lou Perrine’s in Kenosha Wednesday, Aug. 21.
United States Congressman Bryan Steil engaged with employees and customers, and talked about the importance of small business.
NATIONWIDE (SPECTRUM NEWS) - Around 70 members of Congress recently took a trip to Israel and that includes Wisconsin's First District Representative Bryan Steil. Steil sat down with our Alyson Bruner to explain some of the big takeaways from his trip and how it will impact neighbors here in Wisconsin.
A bipartisan group of about 70 freshman congressmen, including U.S. Rep. Bryan Steil, R-Wis., are settling back in after a nearly week long trip to Israel.
However it was those that didn’t go that grabbed the national attention last week.