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Washington, D.C. – Today Rep. Mike Gallagher, along with his colleague Rep. Danny Davis (D-IL), launched the Trauma-Informed Care Caucus in the U.S. House of Representatives. The bipartisan caucus will work to increase awareness in Congress of Trauma-Informed Care (TIC), the science-based treatment framework used to address the root causes of major public health issues in the U.S., including addiction, mental health, and obesity.
GREEN BAY (WLUK) -- The winners of the Congressional Art Competition were announced Sunday in Green Bay.
This year, 47 high school students from across Wisconsin's 8th district entered their art pieces.
The first place winner will have their art displayed in the Capitol Building for a year.
Second through fourth place winners will have their art displayed in Rep. Mike Gallagher's offices in D.C., Green Bay and Appleton.
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | Rep. Mike Gallagher
Much has been said about the tax reform bill over the last couple of months, but few have noticed a provision that gives states a new tool to revitalize struggling communities.
Washington, D.C. – Yesterday Rep. Gallagher visited with members of UA Local 400 in Kaukauna to talk about the congressional reforms he’s pushed in his first few months in office. In his remarks, Rep. Gallagher highlighted a set of bills he’s introduced or sponsored to decrease the size and influence of the federal government and restore power back to the American people. The first three bills seek to end careerism in the Capitol, while the last two seek to bring accountability back to Congress.
Washington, D.C. – Today Congressman Mike Gallagher penned an op-ed entitled “A Time for Congressional Term Limits” in the Hill arguing for limiting the tenure of service for members in the House of Representatives and Senate. The op-ed is part of Rep. Gallagher’s broader vision to clean up Washington D.C., and restore power back to the American people.
Washington, D.C. – Today on the House Floor, Rep. Mike Gallagher delivered a speech urging his colleagues to cancel Congress’ two week break in legislative activity until they finish their work on behalf of the American people.