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  • Four Photos from Friday
    Apr 11, 2017  - 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,... More
  • Three Highlights From Q&A at WisPolitics Luncheon
    Apr 5, 2017  - 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 ... More
  • Paul Listens to his Employers
    Mar 17, 2017  - 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... More
  • Inspired by Wisconsinites
    Feb 16, 2017  - February has been off to a blistering pace here in Congress. Already, we’ve seen House committees continue their work on the repeal and replacement of Obamacare; Dr. Tom Price was confirmed as Secretary of Health and Human Services; the House worked to protect America’s students from poorly-crafted,... More
  • A Policy Interview: Paul Ryan and Mike Clemens
    Feb 15, 2017  - Earlier today, Wisconsin’s First District congressman and speaker of the House, Paul Ryan, spoke with WRJN’s Mike Clemens about Congress’s work on health care, education, and regulatory policies. Fixing health care in America: “I did office hours in Racine on Friday with a lot of healthcare advocate... More
  • Paul Ryan Talks Next Steps for Congress on Wisconsin Radio
    Feb 2, 2017  - Today Wisconsin’s First District congressman and speaker of the House, Paul Ryan, spoke with WCLO’s Tim Bremel and WISN’s Jay Weber about the challenges Congress is currently tackling and what lies ahead on the legislative agenda. Rolling back burdensome regulations: “We’re just doing our work. We’r... More
  • By the Numbers: Regulatory Reform
    Jan 11, 2017  - You hear a lot about regulatory reform: If we could get rid of overly burdensome regulations, it would help workers employed by small businesses—the backbone of Wisconsin’s economy. Last week, with the support of President-elect Trump, the House passed the REINS Act, which would ensure Congress has ... More
  • Reining in Regs
    Jan 5, 2017  - Wisconsin has over 400,000 small businesses, which employ over 50 percent of Wisconsinites. When government bureaucrats in Washington, D.C. write overly burdensome regulations it is these small businesses, and the hard working taxpayers they employ, who are hit the hardest. Make no mistake: Regulati... More
  • 2016 Annual Report to Taxpayers
    Jan 5, 2017  - 2016 Annual Report to Taxpayers on the United States Government. More
  • Ryan Outlines 2017 Congressional Priorities on WPR
    Dec 6, 2016  - WASHINGTON, DC — Yesterday, Wisconsin’s First District congressman and speaker of the House, Paul Ryan, spoke with WPR’s Rob Ferrett on Central Time. The scandal at Tomah VA Medical Center: “Tomah has been under such a microscope and yet they still have these terrible problems. We see persistent man... More