Brad's Newsletter

June 5, 2018 Brad's Newsletter

Last week I was home for a district work period. The week started with a number of Memorial Day events in Glencoe, Grayslake, and Mundelein.  It was a source of pride to see all our local communities commemorate and honor the memories of those who made the ultimate sacrifice for our nation and the freedoms we all enjoy.

May 21, 2018 Brad's Newsletter

On Friday, our hearts again broke watching news of yet another deadly school shooting – this time in Santa Fe, Texas.

May 14, 2018 Brad's Newsletter

First and most importantly, to the mothers and grandmothers reading today, I hope you had a wonderful and relaxing Mother’s Day weekend!  

May 7, 2018 Brad's Newsletter

Last week the House was not in session, so I was able to be home and travel throughout the district. It was Small Business Week, and I took the opportunity to visit with several small businesses and entrepreneurs in our community.

April 30, 2018 Brad's Newsletter
It’s Small Business Week! During this District Work Period, I’ll be traveling throughout the Tenth District visiting local businesses to hear from owners and employees about the challenges and opportunities they face, and how we can best support their important work at the federal level.
April 24, 2018 Brad's Newsletter
Did you know that Earth Day was this weekend? I'm proud of our work over the last year to protect critical funding for our Great Lakes from proposed cuts by President Trump, as well as to address the threat of invasive species.
April 17, 2018 Brad's Newsletter
First, an update on Syria. On Friday, President Trump ordered U.S. military strikes against 3 chemical weapons-related targets in Syria in response to the Bashar al-Assad’s chemical attacks on his own citizens.
April 10, 2018 Brad's Newsletter
As part of my ongoing “Brad at You Business” program, last week I visited 12 local companies manufacturing products here in the USA and shipping them around the world.
April 3, 2018 Brad's Newsletter
I hope all in the Tenth District who celebrated Passover and Easter this weekend had a meaningful holiday.
March 26, 2018 Brad's Newsletter
Last week was another active one, both in Washington and at home. Congress at last passed a bill funding the government through the end of the fiscal year, ending the absurd cycle of shutdowns and continuing resolutions that harms both our nation’s military and federal agencies.

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