I'll be answering questions from constituents and updating attendees on my work in Washington. Hope you'll join us!
Bill empowers federal law enforcement to better coordinate efforts against white supremacist and extremist groups
Constituents are invited to submit cards and letters thanking local veterans for their service this Valentine’s Day
Helping constituents with issues involving federal agencies, is one of my top priorities. In 2017, constituent service representatives on my team helped more than 800 Tenth District residents resolve problems including with Social Security, Medicare, the Veterans Administration, immigration, taxes and more.
Securing Our Schools Act helps schools acquire panic buttons to contact law enforcement in emergencies
Today, U.S. Representatives Brad Schneider (D-IL) and Brian Mast (R-FL) sent a bipartisan letter urging Secretary of State Rex Tillerson to visit Israel following a recent incursion by an Iranian drone controlled and launched from Syria.
This Valentine’s Day, Congressman Brad Schneider (IL-10) again collected and distributed hand-made Valentines to area veterans.
Local schoolchildren, libraries, and Tenth District constituents were invited to create and deliver the cards to Schneider’s Lincolnshire office.
Congressman Brad Schneider (IL-10) released the below statement following his vote for a budget agreement to avert a government shutdown:
Today, Congressman Brad Schneider (IL-10) announced he will introduce legislation that would block President Trump’s proposed military parade if it negatively affects the readiness of our armed forces.
Today, U.S. Representatives Brad Schneider (D-IL) and Bill Huizenga (R-MI) led a group of 24 bipartisan colleagues urging a prompt and on-time completion of the Brandon Road Study, a critical milestone for a project by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) to prevent invasive Asian carp from reaching the Great Lakes.
Congressman Brad Schneider (IL-10) will host a “Congress on Your Corner” event to answer questions from constituents and brief attendees on his work in Washington on Saturday, February 17 at noon. The event will be held at River Trails Middle School in Mt. Prospect and is open to the public.