a And Congress punts
Democrats and Republicans on Capitol Hill are united on one thing: The best strategy this election year is to punt on any big decisions.
Save a useful tool that helps Wisconsin businesses create jobs
If world markets really worked the way Rep. Paul Ryan wishes they did, he'd be right about the need to eliminate what he calls a "strange collusion of big business and big government," an obscure little federal agency called the Export-Import Bank.
New congressional caucus disavows 'kindergarten-style theatrics'
Seeking to overcome gridlock on Capitol Hill, Reps. Reid Ribble and Kurt Schrader on Wednesday announced the creation of the Congressional Problem Solvers Caucus.
House approves Highway Trust Fund fix
Wisconsin Republicans Jim Sensenbrenner and Reid Ribble voted no Tuesday, as the U.S. House of Representatives approved emergency funding for transportation projects.
Export-Import Bank's reauthorization in jeopardy
As lawmakers in Washington wrestle over the future of the U.S. Export-Import Bank , Milwaukee businessman Bill Maxon has no question where he stands on the issue.
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FOX 11 Investigates: Veterans take VA compaints to Ribble
It nearly took an act of Congress for one Brown County man to get an appointment at the local VA.
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FILE - In this April 26, 2014 file photo, people walk on the steps of ...
From women's groups to congressional leaders, some are applauding the Supreme Court decision while others say it interferes with a woman's access to affordable birth control.
Other voices: Wisconsin: Bipartisan bill should improve health care
But Wisconsin's congressional delegation recently demonstrated that bipartisanship remains possible.
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Our View: Representing the state requires time in the state
Members of Congress had roughly 265 days when they were not required or expected to be in Washington on business in 2013, according to the Gannett Washington Bureau study.
Ribble wants new rules for Congress
Congress could not adjourn for the year until it passes a budget, and other spending bills, under a proposal from a northeast Wisconsin lawmaker.Congressman Reid Ribble says federal lawmakers have n0t finished that work before leaving, since 1974, and he thinks that's unacceptable.