Schneider Investigates Impact of Foxconn Development for Downstream Flooding in Congressional Field Hearing“Wisconsin taxpayers may be paying the price for the Walker administration’s exorbitant economic incentives, but it is Illinois residents and small businesses who will be underwater – literally - due to our neighboring state’s irresponsible decision to ignore environmental reviews,” said Schneider in his opening remarks.
Legislation would authorize the Boots to Business (B2B) program that helps veterans and transitioning service members start and grow businesses
U.S. Representative Brad Schneider (IL-10) issued the below statement following Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s decision to block the entry of U.S. Representatives Rashida Tlaib (MI-13) and Ilhan Omar (MN-05) to Israel:
Congressman Brad Schneider (IL-10) and State Senator Melinda Bush (IL-31) will host a hiring event at the Zion Leisure Center on Wednesday, August 21 from 9:30am – 12:30pm. There is an early entry preference for veterans. RSVP today!
Thursday, August 15, Congressman Brad Schneider (IL-10) will host a roundtable discussion in Glenview on the importance of closing the gender pay gap and efforts at the federal, state, and local level to do so. He will be joined by a panel of issue experts, local elected officials, and community leaders for the discussion, which is open to the public.
Today, Congressman Brad Schneider (D-IL) completed a two-day congressional delegation visit to the southern border in El Paso, Texas and Ciudad Juárez, Mexico to investigate the impact of the Trump administration’s immigration policies.
Today, Congressman Brad Schneider (D-IL) issued the below statement following the passage of his bipartisan resolution H.Res.246 by a vote of 398-17. The legislation had more than 350 co-sponsors, including three-quarters of the members of both parties:
Today, U.S. Representative Brad Schneider (D-IL) hosted a congressional field hearing of the House Small Business Committee to investigate the Foxconn development in Wisconsin, the crucial environmental review the state of Wisconsin waived, and the expected effects on flooding in downstream communities along the Des Plaines River watershed.