WAUKESHA, WISCONSIN—Today, Bryan Steil joined U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Andrew Wheeler at a press conference announcing a $137 million Water Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act (WIFIA) loan to the City of Waukesha to help implement the Great Lakes Water Supply Project.
JANESVILLE, WISCONSIN—Bryan Steil listened and spoke with parents, doctors, and experts today during the virtual Children’s Mental Health Forum. Panelists from a variety of local, state, and federal organizations provided insight on mental health challenges facing our children and best practices, especially during the coronavirus crisis.
WIND LAKE, WISCONSIN—Today, Bryan Steil honored the life of Colonel Hans Christian Heg and celebrated Heg’s contributions to end slavery and fight injustice. Steil visited the statue of Heg and met with local officials in the Town of Norway to learn more about this American hero.
Bryan Steil will hold a virtual Children’s Mental Health Forum on Thursday, August 6, 2020 at 10am CT. Steil and local, state, and federal panelists will bring attention to issues surrounding children’s mental health, ending the stigma, learning best practices, and understanding COVID-19’s impact on children.
WASHINGTON, D.C.—Bryan Steil calls on Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers to clarify how Wisconsin’s nearly $2 billion allotment from the CARES Act has been spent. The most recent public data from the U.S. Treasury Department found that 3.8%, or $75 million, of Wisconsin’s nearly $2 billion CARES Act money has been spent.
WASHINGTON, D.C.—House Financial Services Committee member, Rep. Bryan Steil (WI-01), introduced H.R. 7661, the Coronavirus EGC Extension Act to extend the initial public offering (IPO) on-ramp for Emerging Growth Companies (EGCs) during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
WASHINGTON, D.C.—Today, the House of Representatives passed Bryan Steil’s amendment providing $5 million for the Dairy Business Innovation Initiative, a program that allows Wisconsin farmers and dairy businesses to modernize the industry. Congressman Peter Welch (D-VT) joined Steil in his effort to adequately fund the program.
WASHINGTON, D.C.—Today, House Financial Services Committee member Bryan Steil (WI-01) released a statement following the SEC’s finalization of its proxy advisor rule, making needed reforms to the oversight of proxy advisory firms.
WASHINGTON, D.C.—Bryan Steil’s amendment to require the Department of Defense to inform Congress on the threats posed by Iranian-backed militias in Iraq passed the House and was included in the 2021 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA). Steil voted in support of the NDAA which passed the House of Representatives by a vote of 295-125.
JANESVILLE, WISCONSIN—Bryan Steil introduced an amendment to the nation’s defense funding bill, the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), to require the Department of Defense to inform Congress on the threats posed by Iranian-backed militias in Iraq.
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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.
Rep. Bryan Steil introduced his first bill on Tuesday.
The bill focuses on combating human trafficking and holding countries accountable for their involvement.
Steil made the announcement during a press conference in Racine.
“Human trafficking on a global scale is a $150 billion operation we need to put a dent in that, we need to end that,” he said.
U.S. Rep. Bryan Steil, R-Janesville, is introducing his first bill after hearing concerns from sheriffs in his district that human trafficking is one of their top concerns.
Steil rolled out his “Exposing the Financing of Human Trafficking Act,” in Janesville along with law enforcement officials Tuesday.