MADISON (WKOW) — Both politicians and veterans service professionals are expressing concerns that a new online claims system being initiated by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) could result in longer wait times for veterans in Wisconsin.Dan Connery, the Veterans Service Officer for Dane County, says Wisconsin vets have traditionally seen some of the […]Read more.
Congressman Duffy sits down with Army Ranger Sgt. Matt Eversmann and Brian Kilmeade to discuss legislation to clear backlog of Veterans Affairs claims on FOX & Friends. Click here to watch the clip.Read more.
Shocking details of rampant racism, sexism prompt Rep. Sean Duffy to ask if it’s time for CFPB’s Richard Cordray to resign
Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Director Richard Cordray’s agency has been slammed in recent months for refusing to divulge to Congress details of its lavish spending on a new headquarters. The CFPB has also been exposed by the Washington Examiner for running an NSA-like surveillance program that compromises the privacy of hundreds of millions of Americans’ most intimate financial dealings. Cordray’s agency […]Read more.
Congressman Sean Duffy joined the Republican Party of Wisconsin at the opening of its 9th field office in Wausau this past weekend, highlighting the expanding organization that is covering more ground leading up to the mid-term elections.Read more.
One of Wisconsin’s Congressmen is not happy with how the Obamacare website collects personal information. 7th District Congressman Sean Duffy says the way healthcare.gov works is not what President Obama promised, because it forces users to give the government all of their personal information before accessing or selecting any of the insurance products. “Before Americans […]Read more.
The White House vows to veto congressional ObamaCare fix: Tucker Carlson interviews Congressman Duffy on Fox News. Click here to watch the clip.Read more.
Rep. Sean Duffy (R-WI) joined Brian said that he honestly thinks President Obama thought the media would give him a pass on the rollout of Healthcare.gov. Duffy also reacted to Oprah’s comments on people being critical of Obama because of his race and went onto say he is disappointed she would use Joe Wilson’s infamous […]Read more.
WOODVILLE — OEM Fabricators, Inc. hosted Congressman Sean Duffy and the 7th Congressional District Manufacturing Advisory Council on Tuesday, Nov. 12 at its Baldwin facility. S. Mark Tyler, president of OEM Fabricators serves as a member on the council. The Manufacturing Advisory Council exists is to provide a mechanism for manufacturing leaders throughout the 7th […]Read more.
Biotechnology Industry Organization (BIO) applauded Representatives Sean Duffy (R-WI) and John Carney (D-DE) for introducing Small Cap Liquidity Reform Act. Building on JOBS Act, said bill increases liquidity for emerging growth companies, including biotech innovators, that trade on public market. BIO’s Jim Greenwood said this bill “will allow companies to choose the tick size that […]Read more.
During an interview with Andrea Mitchell, U.S. Representative Sean Duffy (WI-07) asked the longtime Washington D.C. reporter why Comedy Central’s Jon Stewart was the first member of the “media” to ask a tough question of someone in the Obama Administration. Mitchell was left speechless.Read more.
Under President Obama, our national debt has increased more than $6 trillion, more than under any other president. In 2009 and 2010, the first two years of his administration, the federal deficit rose $1.88 trillion and $1.65 trillion, respectively.Read more.
“I’m on a bill that says no budget, no pay, no government, no pay. And I’ve sent a letter ot the CAO, asking them to withhold my pay as everyone goes through the pain of a government shutdown, we should include members of congress, ” Duffy said during a phone interview Tuesday afternoon.Read more.
Out of the tragedy of September 11, 2001, emerged stories of heroism that are the enduring memories of that day. Buildings fell and precious lives were lost, but the spirit of America did not falter.Read more.