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Rep. Bryan Steil, R-1st District, has introduced a bill that would increase federal spending on veterans cemeteries.
Steil co-introduced HR 5487, the Veterans Cemetery Grants Improvement Act, with Rep. Gregorio Kilili Camacho Sablan of the Northern Mariana Islands and member of the House Veterans’ Affairs Committee, according to a Steil news release.
MILWAUKEE -- Cemeteries for our veterans could be getting more funding. A new bill introduced by Congressman Bryan Steil on Monday, Feb. 3 could double the amount of grant money dished out by the federal government each year.
WISCONSIN (CBS 58) -- A bipartisan bill in Washington could help improve the condition of state-run veteran cemeteries.
Congressman Bryan Steil introduced the Veterans Cemetery Grants Improvement Act in December.
Flanked by veterans, the Janesville republican outlined specifics of the bill at a press conference in Union Grove Monday, Feb. 3.
More than 16,000 veterans and their family members have been laid to rest at the Southern Wisconsin Veterans Memorial Cemetery in the town of Dover since it was established in 1998.
With approximately 1,000 more interments per year, it is considered the fifth busiest state cemetery in the U.S.
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.
One year in and heading into his second year, Congressman Bryan Steil sat down for an interview with the Milton Courier at his Janesville office, 20 S. Main St., Suite 10.
“Hyper-partisan” were words that the Republican serving Wisconsin’s 1st Congressional District used to describe the environment in Washington.
“Work is evolving and it’s always been evolving,” said Congressman Bryan Steil, a Republican who represents Wisconsin’s 1st Congressional District.
Steil and Congresswoman Lisa Blunt Rochester, a Democrat who represents Delaware, last week launched the Congressional Future of Work Caucus.
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.
New parents could benefit from a bill introduced Wednesday by a bipartisan group of lawmakers that included Rep. Bryan Steil, R-Wis.
The Advancing Support for Working Families Act would allow parents to get an advance of $5,000 on their child tax credits.