Aaron Schock

Made His comments in Macomb
4:19 pm
Tue August 13, 2013

Schock Says Congress Reflects Polarized Nation

Schock at a listening session at Macomb City Hall.
Credit SSS

With congress in recess, Illinois Representative Aaron Schock (R-IL) took a two week tour of his district conducting town hall style "listening sessions," stopping in Macomb on Tuesday.

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Sets Up National Park Service Listing
9:39 pm
Mon August 5, 2013

New Philadelphia Bill Passes House Committee

A 1939 photo of the New Philadelphia Town site, which came one step closer to being part of the National Park Service.
Credit http://www.anthro.illinois.edu/f

A bill that would bring a historic site in Western Illinois  one step closer to being preserved by the National Park Service has passed a U.S. House committee.

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Lt. Gov. : Reaction Was Refreshing
2:15 pm
Thu July 25, 2013

IL Politicians React to the President's Remarks

Lt. Governor Shelia Simon

President Obama make it a clear goal of his presidency to address issues facing the American middle class. Several Illinois politicians were on hand for the occasion, but not all Illinois lawmakers have come out in support of the President’s address.

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All IL republicans voted for the delay.
9:39 am
Mon July 22, 2013

Schock Votes to Delay Affordable Care Act

Schock as well as all IL Republicans and three Democrats voted to delay the affordable care act.
Credit Congressman Schock's Office

The US House of Representatives has voted to delay a key provision of the President’s signature health reform law.

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Questions process to clear case backlog
6:53 am
Fri June 28, 2013

Schock says New IRS Rules Unclear

Illinois Republican Congressman Aaron Schock.
Credit Congressman Schock's Office

In a House Ways and Means Committee Hearing, Representative Aaron Schock (R-IL) said new Internal Revenue Service rules intended to clear a backlog of groups still wanting tax exempt status are unclear.

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