With COVID-19 travel restrictions being lifted in many places and people travelling more freely, it is important to make sure you have an updated passport. My office can help.
Before visiting a foreign country, you should make sure all your travel documents are in order, including your passport. The U.S. Passport Agency encourages applicants to apply at least 6 months in advance. Passports are valid for 10 years for those age 16 and over, and 5 years for children under age 16.
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If you need assistance with your U.S. passport application, please download my privacy authorization form so that I may contact the U.S. Passport Agency on your behalf. If you have any questions, please contact my district office at 920-907-0624.
Dozens of House Republicans are demanding President Biden remove Vice President Harris from her leading role handling the US migrant crisis, citing her “inaction” on the issue. “Despite being in the midst of a border crisis this country has not seen in two decades, Vice President Harris has not yet shown adequate interest in observing this crisis first-hand,” wrote Wisconsin Republican Glenn Grothman in a letter President Biden signed by 56 House lawmakers.
The effort to put together and send the letter was led by Rep. Glenn Grothman (R-Wis.) in coordination with the Endowment for Middle East Truth (EMET), writing that not only do Jewish students on campus face anti-Semitic attacks from students but also often from their professors.
Wisconsin Republican Rep. Glenn Grothman introduced a bill Friday [June 16] that would ban Washington, D.C. public schools from teaching critical race theory – a controversial doctrine that assumes systematic racism is a defining feature of U.S. history and society. Grothman said that critical race theory teaches children "to hate each other and hate their country." "In other words, students being taught that they are defined by the color of their skin, not the content of their character," he said in a statement. Congressional lawmakers have the jurisdiction to enact laws that affect the nation’s capital, as D.C. is not a state.
“A lot of people died there,” said Rep. Glenn Grothman, R-Glenbeulah. “It’s important we publicize what they did was a tremendously brave thing. And it's important now to get those Americans who are still [a]live their appropriate retirement benefits.” Congressman Grothman introduced the bill, the Air America Act, in February that would grant pilots involved eligibility for federal retirement benefits. It currently has more than 100 cosponsors. In May, it unanimously passed the House Committee on Oversight and Reform. “I was able to work with Rep. Carolyn Maloney, D-New York who was the chairman of the committee,” said Grothman. “It's good to work in a bipartisan fashion.”
U.S. Reps. Mike Gallagher, Glenn Grothman, Bryan Steil, Tom Tiffany and Scott Fitzgerald, as well as U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson, asked Evers about "past and current efforts to steward the increased federal dollars Wisconsin has received" as a result of federal COVID-19 relief payments, including measures taken to prevent fraud.
Sixth District Congressman Glenn Grothman has introduced “Dillon’s Law” in the U.S. House of Representatives. The bill, authored by the Republican from Glenbeulah, will incentivize states to allow “good Samaritans” to save lives by allowing them to use existing federal grant money for preventative health services to train individuals to carry and administer epinephrine. As you may know, the bill was inspired by Mishicot native Dillon Mueller, who tragically passed away in 2014 at the age of 18. Dillon was stung by a bee and slipped into a coma from anaphylaxis, unable to receive epinephrine in a timely manner.
Celebrating the Independence Day is always special. Last weekend, I was able to stop by Riverside Park and see my friends from the River Shores Evangelical Church in Berlin!
I visited Sparky’s hot dog stand at the Sheboygan Freedom Fest in Deland Park last weekend.
Thank you to the Neshkoro Fire Department for hosting me at your Independence Day celebration.
It was a privilege to celebrate Austin Andrew Risch’s Eagle Scout Court of Honor in Saukville alongside state Senator Duey Stroebel. Congratulations to Austin on this achievement!
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At the Winnebago County Towns Association meeting, we discussed the needs of the County’s towns and villages and what I can do in Congress to help.
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