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Rep. Brad Schneider (D-Deerfield) hopes a proposed law he introduced in Congress Nov. 21 will help narrow the income gap between the nation’s top earners and those toiling in low paying jobs.
A bipartisan group of lawmakers has coalesced on one aspect of a proposed U.S. tax-code revision: They oppose changes in the way some businesses do their accounting.
U.S. Rep. Brad Schneider (D-10th) visited a Des Plaines manufacturer Tuesday, Nov. 26 to see first hand a program to help veterans transition out of the military and into the workforce.
Schneider joined a group of eight military veterans touring Des Plaines manufacturer Iverson and Company.
ZF Services LLC, the strategic aftermarket business unit of ZF Friedrichshafen AG based in Vernon Hills, Ill., welcomed Congressman Brad Schneider (IL-10) to ZF Services headquarters for a “Brad at Your Business” tour and employee town hall meeting.
Sunday's agreement to place Iran's nuclear program on pause has some members of Congress hesitant to declare it a great diplomatic success.
The House of Representatives Foreign Affairs Committee overwhelmingly approved a bill that would enhance the U.S. commitment to Israel’s qualitative military edge, or QME.
A bipartisan group of close to six dozen lawmakers is lobbying the House’s top tax writer to change his mind about a proposal that would change accounting practices for many businesses.
House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Dave Camp (R-Mich.) rolled out a small-business tax reform proposal in March that would force many companies off the cash accounting method.
The Illinois congressional delegation today wrote the president asking him for a disaster declaration for 15 counties hit by severe storms and tornados on Nov. 17.
U.S. Congressman Brad Schneider (10th-Deerfield) told small business owners they hold the key to the country’s continued global economic success.
“Small companies will lead the way,” Schneider said at the Chamber of Commerce luncheon at the Lake Forest Club on Friday, Nov. 22.
Members of the Chicago area's congressional delegation generally are pretty skeptical over the deal President Barack Obama struck over the weekend to pause, but not reverse, Iran's drive to acquire nuclear weapons.
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