Many of those who attended a green energy summit Saturday sponsored by U.S. Rep. Brad Schneider, D-10th, of Deerfield, left ready to take action.
In marking of Women’s Equality Day, U.S. Congressman Brad Schneider (IL-10) released the following statement.
More mental health programs and treatment are needed in Chicago and Lake County, members of a panel discussion on reducing gun violence argued.
The discussion — convened in Deerfield by Democratic Rep. Brad Schneider — explored the intersection of gun violence and mental health issues, and touched on resources available in Lake County.
U.S. Congressman Brad Schneider (IL-10) met with the Career Resource Center employees and constituents working with the Career Resource Center to find employment. During the visit, he called for an immediate extension of unemployment insurance.
During a meeting with constituents and workers at the Career Resource Center in Lake Forest on Monday, U.S. Rep. Brad Schneider (D,IL-10) made another call for an immediate extension of federal unemployment benefits.
The long-awaited ground-breaking for the new Northwestern Medicine Lake Forest Hospital took on an almost party-like atmosphere on the hospital’s grounds Friday morning.
Four years ago, when Northwestern Memorial HealthCare merged with Lake Forest Hospital, officials promised the building at 660 N. Westmoreland Ave. would be replaced, a commitment made real today during a groundbreaking ceremony for the new $378 million Northwestern Lake Forest Hospital building.
Officials say the first patient will enter its doors in 2017.
GRAYSLAKE —U.S. Rep. Brad Schneider, D-Deerfield, will host a green energy summit 1 to 3 p.m. Saturday in Grayslake.
U.S. Congressman Brad Schneider (IL-10), mental health experts, local law enforcement and gun violence prevention organizations called for urgent action to combat gun violence at today’s Mental Health and Gun Violence Prevention roundtable discussion hosted by Rep. Schneider.
Rep. Brad Schneider (D-Deerfield) has been passionate about reducing gun violence since before he was elected to Congress two years ago.