I recently visited 8 different local businesses to hear how they are adapting to the Trump Administration's tariffs. Read my recent op-ed to hear what I learned.
$3.8 billion in Illinois exports have been targeted by retaliatory tariffs from China, Canada, Mexico, and the European Union. This bill would expand Trade Adjustment Assistance for Firms eligibility to include businesses facing retaliatory tariffs.
Bill would help keep families together and limit criminal prosecutions of asylum seekers
Helping constituents cut through red tape and resolve issues involving the federal government is a top priority for my office. Many people don’t realize that we can assist with a wide variety of issues, ranging from Social Security and the IRS to Medicare and the Veterans Administration. It is a true honor to serve our communities, and I encourage all Tenth District residents to reach out if we can ever be of assistance.
This week, legislative language first introduced by Rep. Brad Schneider (D-IL) to help communities with stranded nuclear waste passed both the House and Senate, and now awaits President Trump’s signature to become law.
Today, the House of Representatives voted 393-2 to advance bipartisan legislation to elevate the Special Envoy to Monitor and Combat Anti-Semitism at the U.S. State Department to the rank of Ambassador, and require the President to nominate a Special Envoy within 90 days of enactment. The Special Envoy position is currently vacant and has been so since the start of the Trump Administration.
Today, the House Judiciary Committee unanimously adopted an amendment offered by Congressman Brad Schneider (D-IL) to help ensure veteran entrepreneurs’ access to patent protections. The amendment was included as part of H.R. 6758, the Study of Underrepresented Classes Chasing Engineering and Science Success (SUCCESS) Act, which passed out of committee.
Today, Congressman Brad Schneider (D-IL) highlighted just released data that illustrates the negative effects to Tenth District families of President Trump and Congressional Republican’s decision to limit the State and Local Tax Deduction to $10,000 in last year’s tax reform bill.
Today, Congressman Schneider and other members of the Illinois congressional delegation were briefed by officials from the Department of Homeland Security on ongoing federal efforts to bolster the security of election systems in Illinois and across the country.
Today, Congressman Brad Schneider (IL-10) introduced new legislation strengthening ethics rules to help close the revolving door between corporate lobbyists and the agencies that oversee their industries.