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Dear Friend,

The legislation passed in the House and Senate on Thursday is far from perfect. However, passing this government funding bill was necessary to keep the government open and it did provide some of the critical funding to secure our border. My first day on the job in Washington was during a government shutdown. We should never have been put in this position in the first place. We must do better. Let’s get to work, end the habit of passing spending bills the day before funding lapses, and find ways to fully address our border security needs.

Racine & Me


Click on the photo above to watch Sunday's interview!

I joined Racine & Me on Sunday to discuss the State of the Union address, my first month in office, Foxconn, and more. I’m focused on growing our economy, creating good paying jobs, and closing the skills gap.

Joining the Freshmen Working Group on Addiction


I joined the Freshmen Working Group on Addiction. I’m working with my colleagues, Democrats and Republicans alike, to combat opioid and drug addiction. I’ve met with many whose lives and families have been devastated by this crisis. There is a lot of work to be done, and I look forward to taking this issue head-on.

Combating Homelessness in Southeast Wisconsin


Click on photo above to watch my questioning on homelessness in Southeast Wisconsin

I joined my colleagues on the Financial Services Committee to work on solutions to end homelessness. This is especially important in Southeast Wisconsin. There are 5,000 homeless people in Wisconsin. This topic is especially timely during our cold winter season in Wisconsin. I’m fighting for solutions to better address homelessness in our community and throughout the state.

Kenosha News: Steil pushing forward: 'There's a need to have everybody in the room'


Excerpt from February 6, 2019 Kenosha News Editorial Page:

“Here’s what Steil told residents at both the Mount Pleasant and Bristol listening sessions:

‘What we’re seeing is people not talking to each other,’ he said. ‘I think there’s a need to have everybody in the room. Nobody should be allowed to leave until (a resolution) is done.’ And members of Congress should not be paid when there’s a shutdown, he added.

We encourage Steil to push forward and join forces with others in Congress on both sides with similar views. It’s time they start working together. If they are listening to voters like Steil is, they would hear that.”

Read the full piece HERE.  

If I can ever be of assistance or you want to share your opinion , please do not hesitate to reach out by calling one of my offices or visiting my website: You can also follow me on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.

Janesville: 608-752-4050
Racine: 262-637-0510
Kenosha: 262-654-1901

On Wisconsin,


Bryan G. Steil
Member of Congress

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