While Washington Democrats continue to deny the new tax law is helping middle-income families, Republicans continue to hear directly from American workers and businesses who are benefitting. Earlier this week, Speaker Ryan visited four made-in-Wisconsin businesses, located in the First District, to hear how the companies, and their workers, are benefitting from tax reform.

AMTEC—Janesville, WI

AMTEC provides our military with state-of-the-art equipment. Speaker Ryan stops to watch the assembly of various equipment components. 

Speaker Ryan talks with one of the AMTEC workers, who shared with the speaker memories of his prior visit to the company.

In his nearly 20 years in Congress, no company has ever taken the speaker up on his offer of pushing buttons on the machine. All of that changed when the speaker visited AMTEC. It may have taken a few tries, but with a little coaching, the speaker finally starts the machine.


Palmer Hamilton—Elkhorn, WI

Palmer Hamilton manufactures furniture for schools, libraries, and other commercial spaces. Speaker Ryan learns about the manufacturing process of table tops from CEO John Gardner.

Speaker Ryan looks through custom logo decals with Palmer Hamilton’s CEO.

Business leaders brief the speaker on how they’re already benefitting from tax reform and their work in local schools to promote jobs in manufacturing.


Vision Plastics—Delavan, WI

Vision Plastics, a family-owned, custom injection molding business, has already been able to purchase new equipment because of tax reform. Co-owners Craig and Jamie Hubertz discuss their plans to expand with Speaker Ryan.

Co-owner Craig Hubertz shows Speaker Ryan one of the products their company produces.

Vision Plastics produces components that contribute to LED lighting solutions. Speaker Ryan examines one of their products, in action.


Adams Electric—Elkhorn, WI

Speaker Ryan meets with leaders of Adams Electric to hear how their company is benefitting from the new tax law.