House Speaker Paul Ryan tells workers in suburban Milwaukee that tax and regulatory reforms are still among his priorities. The Janesville Republican toured W-P-C Technologies in Oak Creek Thursday and held an “employee town hall” session that was not open to the general public. C-B-S News mentioned criticisms about a lack of public accessibility to Ryan and other congressional Republicans, at a time when many face criticisms back home for their votes on health care. In Oak Creek and Racine, C-B-S said Ryan got no questions about Russia or President Donald Trump’s tweets. He did say that North Korea is his biggest foreign policy concern after it conducted an I-C-B-M missile test Tuesday — which Ryan called a “real problem.”