Today, Congressman Brad Schneider (IL-10) urged the creation of a singular emergency COVID-19 medical supply chain authority, or “supply chain czar,” to oversee and coordinate federal efforts surrounding the production, acquisition, and national distribution of medical equipment in response to the coronavirus epidemic.
Three legislative priorities previously introduced by Congressman Brad Schneider (IL-10) to help small businesses and address shortages of medical devices were incorporated into the final version of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act, which passed the Senate and House with overwhelming bipartisan support and was signed into law on Friday, March 27, 2020.
Today, Congressman Brad Schneider released the following statement on his vote in favor of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act:
Bill would expand timeframe for small businesses to “carryback” operating losses from COVID-19 in order to lower total taxable income
Earlier this week, Congressman Brad Schneider (IL-10) introduced legislation to help American small businesses dealing with economic fallout of the coronavirus (COVID-19) epidemic.
I hope you and your loved ones are safe, healthy, and managing during these difficult times.
Event will feature live simultaneous translation for Spanish-speaking participants
Congressman Brad Schneider (IL-10) announced he will host a second telephone town hall this week to discuss and answer questions related to the coronavirus. More than 8,000 constituents participated on his previous telephone town hall on coronavirus, hosted last week.
This week, Congressman Brad Schneider (IL-10), hosted a webinar to discuss and answer questions on help available for local small businesses affected by the coronavirus outbreak.
Congressman Brad Schneider (IL-10), a member of the House Ways & Means Committee, requested the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) delay the April 15 tax filing deadline due to disruptions caused by the outbreak of coronavirus (COVID-19).
Constituent service representatives remain available remotely to help constituents with federal casework issues
Today, Congressman Brad Schneider (IL-10) announced his offices will begin serving constituents remotely and physical locations will be temporarily closed to most visitors in order to protect the public health and prevent the potential spread of coronavirus.
Legislation introduced by Schneider would empower federal law enforcement to better monitor and stop domestic extremist violence
Today, legislation introduced by Congressman Brad Schneider (IL-10) to address the threat of domestic terrorism passed the House Judiciary Committee by a vote of 24-2. The Committee’s markup and bipartisan vote reports H.R. 5602, the Domestic Terrorism Prevention Act of 2020, out of the House Judiciary Committee.