More on Congressional Issues
Washington DC – Wisconsin Congressman Sean Duffy, chairman of the House Financial Services Subcommittee on Housing & Insurance, today welcomed the news that a Fabrication Lab Workforce Development grant of $500,340 has been awarded to the Village of Osceola Wisconsin. According to the Economic Development Administration (EDA), the anticipated economic impact of the grant is 39 jobs created, 55 jobs saved, and $975,000 in private investment leveraged.
Washington DC – Wisconsin Congressman Sean Duffy, chairman of the House Financial Services Subcommittee on Housing & Insurance, today alongside Rep. Denny Heck (D-WA), co-introduced the International Insurance Standards Act of 2017.
Specifically, the International Insurance Standards Act would:
Washington DC – Wisconsin Congressman Sean Duffy, chairman of the House Financial Services Subcommittee on Housing & Insurance, today alongside Rep. Gwen Moore (D-WI), co-introduced the Business of Insurance Regulatory Reform Act to reform a component of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.
Specifically, the Business of Insurance Regulatory Reform Act:
• Clarifies the business of insurance in the Consumer Financial Protection Act of 2012 by defining exceptions and limitations as to jurisdiction of the CFPB.
It's that time of year again for the kids of the northwoods to head back to school! One of the more fundamental things students across Wisconsin will learn about in their Social Studies classes is the genius of our federal system: our Founders knew that power should not be concentrated in Washington, and that individual states should be allowed to make laws that best meet the needs of their communities.
Sadly, when it comes to delisting the gray wolf, Washington Thinks It Knows Better Than Wisconsin.
Washington, DC – Congressman Sean Duffy yesterday met with Lt. Governor Rebecca Kleefisch, Attorney General Brad Schimel, and several first responders in order to discuss the pervasive drug crisis impacting our communities.
Click HERE for WAOW’s coverage of the Drug Enforcement Roundtable.
Congressman Sean Duffy will honor local law enforcement for their role in the fight against the flow of methamphetamines into northern Wisconsin.
Congressman Sean Duffy will host a Marathon County Drug Enforcement Roundtable to discuss the fight against substance abuse in our communities.
Participants include Lt. Governor Rebecca Kleefisch, Representative John Nygren, Attorney General Brad Schimel, DHS Deputy Secretary Tom Engels, nationally-recognized treatment specialist Jeff VanVonderen, and a panel of Wisconsin Sheriffs.
Thursday, August 24