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  • Employee town halls, business tours, and one inspiring meeting
    Jul 10, 2017  - Last Thursday and Friday, Paul traveled around Wisconsin’s First District—from Janesville to Racine to Burlington—to speak with his employers in southern Wisconsin, as he often does (check out these links). In case you missed it, here are the high points: Racine Journal Times: Tax reform is one of a... More
  • Education --> Opportunity
    Jun 22, 2017  - Earlier this week, Paul delivered a major address on tax reform at the National Association of Manufacturers Summit. Paul’s remarks and Q&A session focused on reforming the tax code for individuals, families, and businesses. In addition to discussing the significant regulatory reforms already passed... More
  • Back Home in Janesville
    Jun 2, 2017  - When Congress isn’t in session, Paul spends his time meeting with his employers in the First District. Sometimes this means taking questions from students or touring a business and participating in an employee Q&A. Other days, Paul holds office hours with constituents. Below are four photos from som... More
  • Ryan Discusses Health Care and Education with Kenosha County Residents
    May 17, 2017  - WASHINGTON – Yesterday, Wisconsin’s First District congressman and speaker of the House, Paul Ryan, spoke to thousands of Kenosha County residents during a telephone town hall meeting. Excerpts of Ryan’s answers to constituents follow: On health care reform: “Let me give you a backstop. First of all... 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
  • A lifeline for students
    Jan 24, 2017  - Global and technological advances have made the modern economy more complex and dynamic. It is imperative that Americans have access to a high-quality education. A key facet of a high-quality education is allowing parents, teachers, and local communities—not federal government bureaucrats—to best de... More
  • Paul Ryan Delivers Commencement Speech at Carthage College
    May 23, 2016  - To the Class of 2016: Forget the plan. https://t.co/rFklrRYroq — Paul Ryan (@SpeakerRyan) May 23, 2016 Yesterday, Paul Ryan delivered the commencement address at Carthage College. Below are his remarks: Thank you very much. To the class of 2016, congratulations. This is a big moment in your life. A... More
  • Janesville Student Wins First District Congressional Art Competition
    May 5, 2016  - JANESVILLE, WI — On Saturday, April 30, Wisconsin’s First District congressman and speaker of the House, Paul Ryan, announced Craig High School junior Norah Swenson as the winner of the 2016 First District Congressional Art Competition. Norah was honored during a ceremony held at the Olde Towne Mall... More
  • Ryan Talks Education & Health Care Reform with Kenosha County Residents
    Apr 28, 2016  - WASHINGTON, DC — Earlier this week, Wisconsin’s First District Congressman and Speaker of the House Paul Ryan spoke to thousands of Kenosha County residents during a telephone town hall. Excerpts of Ryan’s answers to constituents follow: Health care reform: “[Obamacare] forces you to buy the governm... More