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The United States Representative for Illinois's 18th congressional district, serving since 2009.
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ENG: Aaron Schock (born May 28, 1981) is the United States Representative for Illinois's 18th congressional district, serving since 2009. He is a member of the Republican Party. The district is based in Peoria and includes part of Springfield. At the age of 30, Schock is currently the youngest U.S. representative and the first member of the U.S. Congress born in the 1980s. Previously, Schock served two terms in the Illinois House of Representatives, and was its youngest member. Early life, education and career Schock was born in Morris, Minnesota, the youngest of the four children of Richard Schock, a family practice physician and former school board member and Janice Schock (née Knapp), a homemaker. During Aaron's early years, the family lived on a rural farm site where the ...
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America Needs a Six Year Highway Bill


Congressman Aaron Schock (R-IL) released a YouTube video this week as he continues his push for a long-term transportation and infrastructure bill. Schock issued the following statement regarding his effort: “We need to focus on investing in our nation's rails, roads, highways, bridges and infrastructure. We need to pass a fully funded and paid for six year highway bill - this is something that has been done by every President for the last 25 years. “I say ‘fully funded’ and ‘paid for’ because this bill must be both. For the last couple of years the ...


Schock Introduces Jobs Bill Aimed at Helping Veterans


Congressman Aaron Schock (R-IL) has introduced legislation that will help veterans purchase small businesses. The Help Veterans Own Franchises Act, H.R. 2888, helps a veteran reduce the cost of owning a franchise by offering a tax discount to offset the associated franchise fees. “There are close to 900,000 unemployed veterans in the United States. These individuals are highly skilled, well trained and motivated; qualities that make successful business owners. These veterans can provide the type of leadership we need to help create jobs and lead us toward an economic recovery,” ...


Congressman Aaron Schock visits Mt. Sterling


Ice cream and the economy. U.S. Congressman Aaron Schock combined the two for a town hall meeting in Mt. Sterling. Congressman Schock and other area leaders came together at the YMCAto visit with area residents. The main topics of discussion were the debt crisis and how to improve the local economy. Schock says a lot of people are frustrated with Washington. "People are frustrated with the back and forth. People are frustrated that Washington is broken. But the reality is when you have a conservative house and a liberal president you're going to get disagreement," Schock ...


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Schock Announces 2015 Service Academy Nominations
Washington, D.C. – Rep. Aaron Schock (R-IL) announced today that he has nominated twenty-one students, listed below, to United States military service academies for the class entering the fall of 2015. Congressman Schock’s service academy nominations were the culmination of a highly competitive application and interview process.  Final admissions decisions will be made by each academy according to individualized guidelines, and candidates will be notified of appointment beginning this month.  Service academy graduates receive a Bachelor of Science degree and usually become commissioned officers during a term of required military service.   “The U.S. military service academies have produced some of the finest leaders in the world,” said Congressman Schock.  “Alumni include hundreds of Medal of Honor recipients, many of whom have gone on to become business leaders, astronauts, and Presidents. I trust that the service academies will nurture that same sense
Rep. Schock Continues Ongoing Efforts to Repeal Obamacare
Washington, D.C. – Rep. Aaron Schock (IL-18) today joined the House majority in support of H.R. 596, legislation sponsored by Rep. Bradley Byrne (R-AL) to repeal the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) and healthcare-related provisions in the Health Care and Education Reconciliation Act of 2010. The House voted 239-186 to repeal President Obama’s signature legislation. “Obamacare continues to be a flawed program that created more than $1.8 trillion in new spending, imposed more than $1 trillion in new taxes on American working families, and caused millions of people to lose their coverage,” Schock said of his vote. “I believe a far simpler, more cost-efficient way to fix our broken healthcare system is to give individuals and families more control over their own healthcare choices, to foster the use of health savings accounts, and to promote more healthy lifestyles.” Schock continued, “Prevention and wellness will not only lead to longer, healthier
Keeping Us Safe: Preventing Human Trafficking at Home
Bloomington-Normal, IL – Congressman Aaron Schock (IL-18) hosted a panel Tuesday at Illinois State University to bring awareness to the issue of domestic and international human trafficking and discuss methods of prevention. The event featured four panelists that included, among others, an officer at the Homeland Security Investigations office in Chicago, IL and a sex-trafficking survivor who now serves as CEO of Sun Gate Foundation, a survivor-led organization that empowers victims of sex-trafficking. “One victim is too many victims,” said Congressman Schock, “and the scary thing is that there are more people enslaved in this world today than at any time throughout human history.  Often times, we think of slavery as something that happened hundreds of years ago, and if it is happening today, we think it’s happening in other parts of the globe—certainly not in the United States.  But the fact is that it is happening here.” Victims of human trafficking can b
Schock Charitable Giving Measure Passes House with Overwhelming Support
Washington, D.C. – The House of Representatives today approved the Permanent IRA Charitable Contribution Act of 2015 (H.R. 637), a measure that makes important temporary reforms a permanent part of the tax code.  The bill passed with strong bipartisan support by a vote of 279-137. The provision was introduced as part of the larger Fighting Hunger Incentive Act (H.R. 644) and, if enacted into law, would enhance our nation’s longstanding tradition of charitable giving by making permanent a measure that allows tax-free distributions from individual retirement accounts (IRA). National and Illinois-based charities including the Red Cross, United Way, and the Boys and Girls Club have benefitted from the IRA rollover and supported permanency of the provision. “IRA charitable rollover permanency isn’t about the donor, it’s about the recipient.  So why don’t we give certainty to the recipient?” Schock said.  “By making this provision permanent, and not waiting un



 
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