WASHINGTON – Today, U.S. Rep. Ron Kind voted in support of the Consumers First Act, which will restore oversight and supervisory checks to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, an agency systematically weakened by the Trump Administration. His statement is below:
Rep. Ron Kind’s Statement on the Trump Administration’s Commitment to Lift Steel and Aluminum Tariffs on Canada and Mexico
Rep. Ron Kind Introduces Bill to Address Veterinarian Shortage Across Rural Wisconsin
Rep. Ron Kind Selected for House Task Force on Rural Broadband Expansion
Task Force aims to end rural-digital divide by 2025
Rep. Ron Kind’s Bill Expanding Funding for Public Target Ranges Signed Into Law
The bipartisan Target Practice and Marksmanship Training Support Act will give hunters and gun owners a safe location to teach responsible gun ownership and hunting safety
Rep. Ron Kind’s Statement on Trump Administration’s Reckless Tariff Increases
Rep. Ron Kind Votes to Protect Wisconsinites from Partisan Attacks on Health Care
Reps. Ron Kind and Mike Kelly Introduce Bill to Add Transparency to Opportunity Zones Program
Rep. Ron Kind Introduces Bill to Expand Access to Rural Hospice Care
Rep. Ron Kind Introduces Bill to End Inequities in Tax Code for Wisconsin Tribes
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By Rep. Ron Kind
ONALASKA — Retiree Darrel Burkhardt was about to replace his aging furnace last winter when a friend told him he should see whether he qualified for weatherization assistance from Couleecap.
A few months later, Darrel and wife, Judith, have a new furnace, new water heater, replacement light bulbs and lots of new insulation.
WASHINGTON, DC – U.S. Rep. Ron Kind (D-WI) today with U.S. Reps.
Two Wisconsin congressmen are calling on the White House to resolve the U.S.-Brazil trade dispute by reforming U.S. agricultural subsidies, particularly cotton, instead of making annual payments to Brazil. This week, Reps.
Wisconsin doctors and hospitals who treat Medicare patients can expect a modest bump in pay as a result of provisions in the new health care law.
Rep. Ron Kind and a group of Midwest and Pacific Northwest lawmakers bargained hard to get it.
Congressman Ron Kind, who represents Wisconsin’s 3rd District, came to Hudson last Thursday to meet with a small group of business people and talk about steps he says Congress has taken to assist small businesses.
“I’m here to report on what is going on to get the economy back on track,” said the La Crosse Democrat.