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Veterans and elected officials filled the meeting room of American Legion McKinlock Post 264 in Lake Forest for a Vietnam-era Veteran Commemoration Ceremony in the afternoon of Saturday, Feb. 29.
Democratic Rep. Brad Schneider has been in Congress, serving Illinois’s 10th Congressional District since Jan. 3, 2017, when he returned after winning back his seat the previous November.
Prior to that, he served as a congressman for the district between 2013 and 2015.
The Internal Revenue Service should investigate the National Rifle Association's non-profit status to determine whether it ran afoul of the tax code, Congressman Brad Schneider said in a report that highlights allegations of financial misconduct at the gun-rights group.
An Antioch nurse, a teacher at North Chicago Community High School and a Waukegan environmental activist will be in attendance at President Donald Trump’s State of the Union address on Capitol Hill Tuesday as guests of two local U.S. Representatives and an Illinois senator who want to send a message to the current administration.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi will lead a congressional delegation to Israel for the World Holocaust Forum’s commemoration ceremony at Yad Vashem, joining dozens of world leaders traveling to Jerusalem this week.
Citing a deadly year and the threat of domestic terrorism, U.S. Sen. Dick Durbin (D-IL) and U.S. Rep. Brad Schneider (D-IL) have reintroduced the Domestic Terrorism Prevention Act of 2020–legislation to enhance federal abilities to crack down on domestic terror.
Rep. Brad Schneider of Illinois' 10th district spoke Thursday on the House floor in Washington ahead of voting in support of a non-binding resolution calling for a halt to military action against Iran in the wake of the death of Gen. Qassem Soleimani.
Some caution is warranted before putting the impeachment process in the hands of the United States Senate for a trial, Rep. Brad Schneider (D-Deerfield) said Thursday, one day after voting to impeach President Donald Trump.
A new congressional task force, billed as bipartisan but so far dominated by Chicago-area Democrats, has been formed to pressure the Environmental Protection Agency to update its ethylene oxide regulations.