six months in a row

Aug 24, 2018E-Newsletters

 

August 24, 2018

Dear Friends,

I hope you're having a great week. Before the weekend starts off, I wanted to get you caught up on a few important things going on in both Wisconsin and in Washington.

Our Wisconsin Economy Continues To Grow

Great news for our growing Wisconsin economy: our unemployment rate has been below three percent for six. straight. months.

This is a big deal. Prior to last year, Wisconsin's unemployment rate had NEVER fallen below three percent. And now it has been below the mark for half a year. 

Click HERE or the image below to "like" and SHARE on the good news on Facebook!

 

 

Combatting The Opioid Crisis

The opioid crisis continues to devastate our families and our communities. Wisconsin has made major strides in combatting this crisis- including giving back more than 63,000 pounds of unused prescriptions in last May's Drug Take Back Day.

That was the third highest total in the nation- behind only California and Texas, and more than Minnesota, Michigan, and Iowa COMBINED.

Sadly, there is still much more work to do to defeat the scourge of opioids. I recently spoke with Charles Payne of Fox Business about the need to have an all-the-above approach to addressing the opioid crisis in America.

Click HERE or the image below to watch the interview.

 

 

 

Internship Opportunity In Our Nation's Capital

Attention college students or recent grads: my Washington DC office is now accepting applications for Fall internships. It's a great way to serve your community and get involved in the political process.
 
For more information on the internship, click HERE or the photo below. Also be sure to share these opportunities with any interested students!

 

 

Stay Connected On Social Media    

Snapchat is a fun way to stay connected with what’s going on in Wisconsin and Washington (and of course, find me on Facebook and Twitter- @RepSeanDuffy). Find my snapchat profile either by searching @RepSeanDuffy or use the Snapcode below!  

 

 

Until next week!
 

God bless,

Sean Duffy