By Rep. Gallagher
June 20, 2021
In The News
U.S. Rep. Mike Gallagher had a great answer when asked after an in-depth tour of the Boys & Girls Club in Sturgeon Bay what people here want to know from him about the chaos in Washington.
Threatening skies and periodic rain showers didn’t stop hundreds of visitors, veterans and citizens from attending the dedication of the newly built New London Area Veterans Memorial on Saturday, Aug. 26.
National, state and local delegations from veteran’s service organizations were among those in attendance.
GREEN BAY – U.S. Army Cpl. Norman Chernick never told his son, Rick, much about his experience fighting in Africa and Europe during World War II.
“Many members of that generation who fought didn’t talk about what they did,” Rick Chernick said. “I knew he started in Africa and ended up in Germany.”
GREEN BAY - Rep. Mike Gallagher and Tonette Walker came to Green Bay Friday to promote the understanding and use of trauma-informed care in helping emotionally scarred children.
The liberation of Mosul from the Islamic State last week was a major victory for the Iraqi people and for the United States, which supported the operation. But our broader mission in Iraq and Syria is far from over, and tactical gains against the Islamic State will be short-lived unless we deploy the right resources and choose the right partners.
This week Congressman Mike Gallagher (R-WI) introduced H. Res. 443 with Congressman Danny Davis (D-IL) recognizing the importance and effectiveness of trauma-informed care.
While Senate Republicans battle over a national health bill that will determine access to care for millions of Americans, a Republican from Wisconsin is raising another health issue.
Mike Gallagher, a telegenic and perhaps idealistic freshman member of Congress, took his first turn in the Beltway spotlight this spring when he scolded President Donald Trump for sharing highly classified intelligence with Russian officials during an Oval Office meeting.
Last Saturday, I had the honor of attending the christening and launch of the USS Billings — the eighth Littoral Combat Ship built here in Northeast Wisconsin. It was a remarkable event, one that should make us all proud of our shipyard in Marinette and the hard-working Wisconsinites who brought this mechanical marvel to life.