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Topic - Reid Ribble
Members of the Wisconsin congressional delegation are pushing their colleagues to ignore the wishes of President Barack Obama and preserve full funding for a Navy ship built in the state.
A university professor says he's running as a Democrat for Wisconsin's 8th congressional district, a seat held by Republican Reid Ribble since 2011.
Police have arrested an Illinois man in the hit-and-run deaths of two Wisconsin motorcyclists.
Before U.S. Rep. Reid Ribble was elected to Congress, he envisioned Democrats and Republicans gathering together to debate important issues and develop legislation. He was stunned when he arrived in Washington to find that members of the two parties often don't come together until it's time to mark up bills, and by then, they already feel antagonistic.
"There are some hurdles yet to go," said Rep. Reid Ribble, R-Wis., who represents Marinette in Congress. "But this is an important step."
"They've spent the money, and now they have a state of the art facility and I will continue to advocate for it," he said.