"He doesn't stop. He doesn't give up." That's what President Trump said about Sen. Ron Johnson's effort to get Right to Try passed into law. On May 30, 2018 President Trump finally signed the Trickett Wendler, Frank Mongiello, Jordan McLinn and Matthew Bellina Right to Try Act into law, surrounded by the families the law is named after.
From an Ivy League student studying Arabic to a Marine twice deployed to the Middle East to a staff member on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee during the same time Sen. Johnson served on that committee, Congressman Mike Gallagher & Sen. Johnson discuss their shared Wisconsin roots, national security interests and lessons from President Eisenhower.
It's not everyday you attend a birthday party for a 101-year-old. But that's exactly where Sen. Johnson sat down with James "Maggie" Megellas to talk about his remarkable life during World War II becoming the most decorated officer in the history of the Army's 82nd Airborne Division. Maggie talks about leading from the front, liberating a concentration camp, and why freedom is worth fighting for. Learn more about Maggie's service and the effort to get him a Medal of Honor at...
Sen. Johnson talks with Chaplain Ray Slatton and Ann Micholic, Vice President of Human Resources at Kolbe & Kolbe about bringing the Joseph Project to the Wausau area and how they are helping make connections for people looking for meaningful work and employers looking for dedicated employees.
Sen. Johnson invited Oconomowocs’s Lauri Badura as his guest for this week’s State of the Union address. The two have been working together for years on ways to combat the opioid epidemic. Here’s a podcast they recorded last spring about those efforts.
This week Sen. Johnson sat down with Wisconsin radio talk show host Vicki McKenna to chat about why she enjoys e-cigarettes and what the FDA e-cigarette regulation could mean for vape shops and their customers.