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Rep. Bryan Steil, R-Wis., recounts how he called President Trump to get more law enforcement officials to help with growing unrest in Kenosha, Wisconsin, and is encouraged by the president coming to visit the area on Tuesday.
Rep. Bryan Steil says 'Congress needs to act' after cancellation of the Keystone Pipeline has already killed hundreds of jobs in Wisconsin.
Malchine Farms in Waterford has experienced its share of challenges due to the COVID-19 pandemic, such as the fluctuating prices of crops.
Those issues the owners discussed Monday with Rep. Bryan Steil, who represents Racine County in Congress.
U.S. Rep. Bryan Steil isn’t satisfied with the answers he’s received concerning an August COVID-19 outbreak at the Wisconsin Veterans Home.
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.
It's the trading frenzy that saw some unlikely companies' stocks soar. Now members of Congress want answers, including Wisconsin's Bryan Steil.
"We’re going to have to get answers to what exactly played out," said Steil.
A local Congressman is joining an effort among lawmakers in Washington to promote policies that strengthen capital markets and support a growing, dynamic economy. Bryan Steil of Janesville says the “Investing in Innovation Initiative” will act as a think-tank to come up with legislation to more fairly inspire investment. Steil says current investment favors companies with access to big
Wisconsin's first district representative, Rep. Bryan Steil, vocalized his hopes to get students in classrooms this fall during a call-in town hall meeting Thursday afternoon.
Steil opened the meeting by focusing on students returning to school this fall, touching on issues surrounding the spring's sudden turn to remote learning.
The City of Racine was awarded $649,751 through the federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security, or CARES, Act to assist homeless families and individuals affected by COVID-19.