Duffy supports funding for border wall but hopes to avoid government shutdown

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At a recent town hall meeting, U.S. Rep. Sean Duffy said he’s hoping to avoid a federal government shutdown in order to get funding for a border wall with Mexico, but added that President Trump’s threat to do so shows he’s willing to fight to secure the border. > Wisconsin Public Radio

Duffy talks government shutdown, border wall

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When U.S. Rep. Sean Duffy held a series of town halls in his district last week, he fielded questions from a dozen people on a wide variety of topics, including border security, climate change and health care. > Daily Globe

Duffy: It’s time to restore gray wolf management to states

A bill to remove the gray wolf from the federal Endangered Species List recently passed the House and will move on to the U.S. Senate in coming months where its prospects are less clear. Since being listed in the 1970s, the gray wolf population has rebounded in the lower 48 states to more than 5,000. > Wisconsin Public Radio

Kind, Duffy unsure about bipartisan cooperation

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Northwestern Wisconsin’s two congressmen expressed cautious optimism after Tuesday’s elections that the federal government will be able to make progress in a new era of shared power between Democrats and Republicans, but each with their own take. > Eau Claire Leader-Telegram

Duffy, Engebretson debate health care, guns, Trump’s rhetoric

U.S. Rep. Sean Duffy faced off against Democratic challenger and Polk County attorney Margaret Engebretson Thursday night in Minocqua, in their first and only debate for the 7th Congressional District just days before the general election. > Wisconsin Public Radio

Deficit spending should be used to better infrastructure, education, says Duffy challenger

Margaret Engebretson, a U.S. military veteran, is running as a Democrat for the congressional seat held by Republican incumbent Sean Duffy. She shared her positions on platforms such as health care and tariffs with Wisconsin Public Radio‘s “Central Time” host Rob Ferrett.

Trump to hit ground in Wisconsin Wednesday

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President Donald Trump is expected to touch down Wednesday at Central Wisconsin Airport in Mosinee where he will campaign for Wisconsin Republicans, including Gov. Scott Walker, U.S. Senate candidate Leah Vukmir and U.S Rep. Sean Duffy. > Wisconsin Public Radio