JANESVILLE, WISCONSIN—Bryan Steil released a statement following Sean Duffy’s retirement announcement:
KENOSHA, WISCONSIN—Bryan Steil released a statement following the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office’s report on the economic forecast for the next ten years.
WASHINGTON, D.C.—Today, Bryan Steil released a statement on the budget agreement.
Bryan Steil will host a Children’s Mental Health Forum for parents and families in Southeast Wisconsin on August 1, 2019. Panelists include experts from the federal Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, U.S.
WASHINGTON, D.C.—Today, Bryan Steil attended the White House’s Made in America Product Showcase. Franklin based Carma Laboratories, Inc., maker of Carmex lip balm, represented Wisconsin at the White House.
Combating human trafficking is an issue that transcends partisanship and ideology – and one that calls on our common humanity.
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MOUNT PLEASANT — An effort from U.S. Rep. Bryan Steil’s office aimed at bridging gaps between local military veterans and Washington, D.C., lawmakers came into sharper focus Friday.
The House will vote Tuesday night on whether to pass a bill introduced by Rep. Bryan Steil (R-WI) to help grow small businesses.
MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- A veteran says he's looking forward to helping other veterans from our area get their voices heard in Washington.
Representative Bryan Steil hired Ryan Vishaway.
He will be Wisconsin's First Congressional District's Wounded Warrior Fellow.
They're responsible for veteran outreach, military casework and service academy nominations.
Will new tariff threats from President Donald Trump overshadow his meeting with Chinese leaders at the G-20 summit this weekend?
A cloud of uncertainty loomed over the arrival of both President Trump and Chinese leader Xi Jinping in Osaka, Japan on Thursday.
U.S. Rep. Bryan Steil, R-Wis., will take the “wins” no matter how big or small — in this case, small.
During negotiations with the House Rules Committee, Steil authored two amendments totaling $2.5 million, that provide some funding for dairy farmers and veteran suicide prevention.
The 1st Congressional District’s new representative announced the first bill he has authored Tuesday.
Rep. Bryan Steil made appearances in the district Tuesday to talk about his bill, which is designed to penalize countries that don’t do enough to stop international human trafficking.
Freshman congressman Bryan Steil, R-Wis., presented a powerful approach to stopping human trafficking with the unveiling of his first bill on Tuesday.
In front of area law enforcement and elected officials, Steil introduced HR 2149 “Exposing the Financing of Human Trafficking Act” at the Racine County Sheriff’s Substation.
A new federal bill that aims to cut off funding for human trafficking is working its way to the floor of the House of Representatives.
Human trafficking is a $150 billion global industry according to the International Labor Organization. It’s an issue impacting families around the world, but especially here in Southeastern Wisconsin.
Now U.S. Congressman Bryan Steil (R-Janesville) is proposing a federal law he hopes would reduce the problem.
Combating human trafficking in Wisconsin by holding countries abroad accountable is the idea behind a new bill in Washington, D.C.
Law enforcement officials know I-94 is a pipeline for criminals.
"I-94 has always been a corridor for illegal activities," said Racine County Sheriff Christopher Schmaling.