Schneider Meets with Local Federal Employees Affected by Shutdown

For Immediate ReleaseFriday, January 18, 2019 Contact: Steven Kirsch(202) 225-4835 Schneider Meets with Local Federal Employees Affected by Shutdown Heard from Tenth District residents who are working without pay or furloughed due to the lapse in government funding WASHINGTON, DC – Today, Congressman Brad Schneider met with local federal workers negatively affected by the government … Continue reading Schneider Meets with Local Federal Employees Affected by Shutdown

Commentary: We can’t afford to let the new NAFTA drive up drug prices

By Raja Krishnamoorthi It’s no secret that Americans pay more for prescription drugs than people in most other developed nations. According to a CNN report, the prices Americans pay on average are two to six times higher than the rest of the world. For example, a common acid-reflux drug costs $215 in the United States … Continue reading Commentary: We can’t afford to let the new NAFTA drive up drug prices

The First 100 Days of Congress

Whose House? Our House Day of Action Indivisible: The Action Network is the progressives’ grassroots response to The Tea Party movement. It’s “a mission-driven nonprofit organization dedicated to building online power for the progressive movement.” Indivisible groups are gaining traction throughout the country and recently organized a Whose House? Our House! Day of Action on … Continue reading The First 100 Days of Congress