Ryan leads Wisconsin Delegation Letter to Address Milk Exports

WASHINGTON – Today Wisconsin’s First District congressman and speaker of the House, Paul Ryan, sent a letter spearheaded along with Congressman Sean Duffy and cosigned by the entire Wisconsin Congressional delegation, to Commerce Secretary Ross, Acting U.S. Trade Representative Stephen Vaughn, and Acting U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Michael Young regarding concerns about recent actions by Canada ...

Pleasant Prairie Student Wins First District Congressional Art Competition

ELKHORN, WI — On Saturday, April 1, Wisconsin’s First District congressman and speaker of the House, Paul Ryan, announced Christian Life School junior Filip Saitis as the winner of the 2017 First District Congressional Art Competition. Filip was honored during a ceremony held at the Monte Carlo Room in Elkhorn. The ceremony was attended by the student artists, their friends and families, their art...

Real Reform for Real Heroes

There is a lot in the news right now about the discussion over the future of health care in America, and it’s an important one. Obamacare has failed the American people: Premiums are skyrocketing and deductibles are soaring. Americans are left with fewer choices—just ask the Wisconsinites who live in one of the 16 counties in the state with a duopoly, meaning there is only one or two insurers avai...

Three Highlights From Q&A at WisPolitics Luncheon

Earlier today, Speaker Ryan took questions at an event held by WisPolitics.com. In case you missed our livestream, here are a few highlights from the 45-minute session: Syria There is no justification for the events that occurred in Syria. pic.twitter.com/hkKt97TQWB — Paul Ryan (@SpeakerRyan) April 5, 2017 Russia We need to stand up to Russia and help our allies stand up to Russia. pic.twitter.com...

Paul Ryan Discusses the American Health Care Act with Vicki McKenna

You’ve already received a ton of information on the American Health Care Act, explaining how it will repeal and replace Obamacare with a truly patient-centered system that increases access to quality, affordable coverage. Here’s a brief recap: 1) The facts; 2) Details on the four-committee process; 3) The truth about refundable tax credits; and 4) Paul in his element: Sleeves rolled up, delivering...

Four Photos from Friday

The last six weeks have been busy. Congress has now passed more than a dozen measures to roll back excessive regulations, empowering American employees and business owners alike. Progress to repeal and replace Obamacare with patient-centered care continues. During those six weeks, Paul addressed 18,000 pro-Israel activists at AIPAC and took questions from Wisconsinites at the 2017 WisPolitics Lunc...

Paul Listens to his Employers

Things have been busy in Washington: The House passed bipartisan bills to reform the VA, and a third House Committee, through an open and transparent process, approved the American Health Care Act, because seven years of Obamacare is enough. Paul hosted the Friends of Ireland Luncheon, complete with Irish beer and Irish jokes (you can watch that here). Whether it’s meeting with a young lady who su...

#RepealAndReplace

We’ve told you the facts about Obamacare: Americans are paying more money for less care; premiums are rising by double digits in 31 states; deductibles are increasing; and Americans have fewer choices. This week, the relevant House Committees began processing The American Health Care Act, the Republican legislation to repeal and replace Obamacare. But unlike Obamacare, you don’t have to pass the b...