Rep. Schneider Leads 170 Members of Congress in Resolution Condemning Withdrawal from Paris Climate AgreementResolution urges the Administration to reverse course and maintain U.S. participation in climate pact.
More than 500 area residents attended to learn about opportunities with local employers
Rep. Schneider recently introduced Opioid PACE Act which would require doctors that prescribe opioids to undergo continuing education
Bill would allow international medical students on J-1 visas to remain in the United States after medical residency if they practice in an underserved community for three years.
WASHINGTON, DC — Today, Congressman Brad Schneider (IL-10) released the following statement:
“Like the House version, the Senate bill is mean-spirited to the core – cruelly sacrificing health care coverage for the most vulnerable among us for tax breaks to the most fortunate.
Reps. Brad Schneider (D-IL) and Mark Takano (D-CA) today announced the introduction of legislation to encourage the development of community technology co-ops, known as “makerspaces,” which promote education and support small businesses by providing students and entrepreneurs access to tools and technology.
Congressman Brad Schneider (IL-10) and Congresswoman Claudia Tenney (NY-22) today announced their meeting with a United Nations Special Coordinator in an effort to improve United Nations (UN) response to sexual exploitation and abuse (SEA) in peacekeeping operations.
A bipartisan amendment to help research-focused small businesses introduced by U.S. Representatives Brad Schneider (D-IL) and Brian Fitzpatrick (R-PA) was approved by the House Small Business Committee yesterday.
Today, U.S. Representatives Brad Schneider (IL-10) and 170 Democratic colleagues introduced a resolution condemning President Trump’s decision to withdraw from the Paris Agreement and urging the Administration to reverse course and maintain U.S. participation.
Today, U.S. Representatives Brad Schneider (D-IL) and Dan Donovan (R-NY), both members of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, introduced new bipartisan legislation to bolster Israel’s efforts to detect, map, and eliminate tunnels used by terrorist organizations to support and launch terrorist attacks against Israel.