JANESVILLE, WISCONSIN—Bryan Steil is working to ensure children and parents are supported during the coronavirus crisis and to help parents reenter the workforce. Steil urged House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and House Republican Leader Kevin McCarthy to invest and prioritize child care.
JANESVILLE, WISCONSIN—Bryan Steil (WI-01) is working to make federal spending more transparent. Steil introduced H.R. 7602, the Fiscal Transparency Act, to create online financial profiles for each federal agency on USAspending.gov. The National Taxpayers Union (NTU) has endorsed Steil’s bill.
RACINE, WISCONSIN—Today, Bryan Steil joined members of the Racine County Sheriff’s Department for a ride along.
WASHINGTON, D.C.—As schools begin making decisions about when and how to reopen, Bryan Steil is working with Republicans and Democrats to ensure students, teachers, and staff are safe while in the classroom. Steil cosponsored H.R. 7029, the Protect our Children from COVID-19 Act, to require the U.S.
WASHINGTON, D.C—Today, Bryan Steil introduced a bill to name the post office in Muskego the “Colonel Hans Christian Heg Post Office”.
JANESVILLE, WISCONSIN—Bryan Steil is now accepting submissions for the Wisconsin’s First Congressional District’s Health Care Worker of the Year Award. This award recognizes an unsung hero in our community who has gone above and beyond during the coronavirus pandemic.
WASHINGTON, D.C.—Congressman Bryan Steil (WI-01) questioned Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell during today’s Financial Services Committee hearing on the Fed’s actions to increase employment during coronavirus and its future economic recovery plans.
JANESVILLE, WISCONSIN—Bryan Steil released a statement following the news that Cheryl Sensenbrenner has passed away.
FRANKSVILLE, WISCONSIN—Today, Bryan Steil announced the winner of his second annual First District Artistic Discovery Contest. Geneva Hebron of Franksville will have her artwork displayed in the U.S. Capitol.
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From the ceremonial flyover, to the POW/MIA table, the Battle Field Cross and the rifle salute to the lone trumpet playing “Taps,” the Memorial Day rituals are familiar for veterans and military families.
Remembering the sacrifices made by veterans — and assuring that future generations do the same — was a theme that rang through Sunday’s Memorial Day ceremony at the Southern Wisconsin Veterans Memorial Ceremony.
Before a standing-room-only crowd, local dignitaries paid their respects to the fallen and urged everyone in attendance to never forget those who died for their country.
Republican Representative Bryan Steil hosted three listening sessions across his district on Friday.
In Milton, he shared with his constituents the issues he’s tackling in Washington, D.C.
Some of those include providing mental health services for veterans and protecting social security for seniors.
In order to effectively represent the voice of the people, freshman Congressman Bryan Steil, R-Wis., often uses simple advice from this mother.
“She would always say, ‘You have two ears and one mouth,’” Steil said. “Use them in that proportion.”
Kenosha will receive $8 million from the Department of Transportation to extend the runway at Kenosha Regional Airport.
First District U.S. Rep. Bryan Steil, R-Wis., confirmed that the grant money will come to Kenosha through the DOT’s Airport Improvement Program.
Kylee Kappers, a senior at Indian Trail High School and Academy, was the winner of the 1st District Artistic Discovery Contest.
Kappers will have her drawing, “Brave,” displayed in the U.S. Capitol.
“Congratulations to Kylee on this great accomplishment,” 1st District U.S. Rep. Bryan Steil said in a news release. “Kylee’s respect for our nation’s veterans is admirable.
This weekend, U.S. Rep. Bryan Steil (R-Janesville) announced the winner of his first annual First District Artistic Discovery Contest. Kylee Kappers of Kenosha will have her drawing, "Brave", displayed in the U.S. Capitol.
"Congratulations to Kylee on this great accomplishment. Kylee's respect for our nation's veterans is admirable," Steil said in a statement to Patch.
Raymond dairy farmer John Scott grew up hearing the phrase that farmers “feed the world.”
“That’s not necessarily true,” Scott said. “We feed the world that pays us and that’s why these trade agreements are important.”
Just before 5 a.m. March 18, Racine County Sheriff’s Deputy Eric Schneider was getting gas for his squad car before he went home for the night when a call came in for a house fire.