Reps. Kind, Sewell, Walorski, and LaHood Introduce Bipartisan, Bicameral Trade Security Act Aimed at Reforming National Security Tariffs
Bill will give power to Department of Defense over Department of Commerce when determining national security threat of Section 232 tariffs, and increase Congressional oversight
Rep. Ron Kind Introduces Bipartisan Bill to Increase Access to Retirement Savings
Rep. Ron Kind Responds to the State of the Union
Washington, D.C. – Tonight, U.S. Rep. Ron Kind released the following statement in response to the President’s State of the Union address:
“We can all agree: America needs unity.
Rep. Ron Kind Invites Ramon Knudtson, President of the Wisconsin Rural Water Association, to State of the Union Address
Kind, Gallagher, LaHood & Panetta Introduce Tariff Legislation
Bill Seeks to Reassert Congressional Authority on Tariffs
U.S. Rep. Ron Kind Fights to Protect Wisconsinites with Pre-Existing Conditions
La Crosse – Today, the United States House Committee on Ways and Means held the full committee’s first hearing in the 116th Congress on Protecting Americans with Pre-Existing Conditions.
U.S. Rep. Ron Kind’s Statement on the End of the Partial Government Shutdown
La Crosse – Today, the president announced that a compromise to reopen the government has been met. U.S. Rep. Ron Kind released the following statement:
U.S. Rep. Ron Kind Unveils Plan to Reopen the Government
U.S. Rep. Ron Kind Appointed to Trade and Health Subcommittees on Ways and Means
La Crosse – Today, U.S. Rep. Ron Kind was appointed to the Trade and Health Subcommittees on the House Committee on Ways and Means. A statement from Rep. Ron Kind is below:
U.S. Rep. Ron Kind Criticizes USDA for Using Bailout Funds to Buy Pork from Brazil
Kind also called on USDA to provide a comprehensive list of all foreign-owned companies receiving money from the bailout program
In The News
U.S. Reps. Ron Kind and Tim Walz are working on aspects of health care reform that don’t get talked about as much as universal coverage — cost and quality.
GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Undertaking a new and aggressive push to enact health reform this year, President Barack Obama bluntly challenged Republican critics on Thursday to put forward their own plan to expand coverage to the uninsured and help struggling families afford care.
When President Obama touches down today in Green Bay, Wis., he will be landing in one of the highest-value health communities in the nation, a city that by numerous measures has managed to control medical spending while steadily improving health outcomes.