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U.S. Representative for Illinois's 9th congressional district - member of the Democratic Party.
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ENG: Janice D. "Jan" Schakowsky (born May 26, 1944) is the U.S. Representative for Illinois's 9th congressional district, serving since 1999. She is a member of the Democratic Party. The district includes many of Chicago's northern suburbs, including Niles, Evanston, Skokie, Wilmette, Winnetka, Park Ridge, Des Plaines and Rosemont. It also includes a large portion of Chicago's North Side bordering Lake Michigan. Early life, education and career Schakowsky, born in 1944 in the city of Chicago, is of Jewish descent. She graduated from the University of Illinois with a B.S. in elementary education where she was a member of Delta Phi Epsilon (social) sorority. She was Program Director of Illinois Public Action, Illinois' largest public interest group, from 1976 to 1985. She then moved to ...
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Schakowsky Announces New Budget Plan With Focus On Jobs

Rep. Jan Schakowsky (D-Ill.), a member of the Congressional Progressive Caucus, announced on Wednesday that she will introduce a progressive-minded budget outline aimed at putting more than two million people to work. Titled the “Emergency Jobs to Restore the American Dream Act,” the plan would cost $227 billion and would be implemented over two years. It would be financed by separate legislation introduced by Schakowsky called the "Fairness in Taxation Act," which would raise taxes for Americans who earn more than $1 million and $1 billion. It would also eliminate subsidies for ...

Schakowsky Blasts Republicans, Promotes Her Jobs Bill

Jan Schakowsky, is an old-fashioned liberal, definitely left of center and proud of it. In a rally last week at the Goudy Elementary, a CPS school, she previewed her “Emergency Jobs to Restore the American Dream Act,” a bill unabashedly modeled on FDR’s WPA (Work Progress Administration), which put the unemployed to work repairing and building the Great Depression’s ravaged city- and farm-scapes. In a telephone conversation Thursday from her vacation home in Michigan City, Indiana, Schakowsky told me that she voted against lifting the debt ceiling earlier this month ...

Schakowsky Draws Conservative Ire, Said Americans ...

... 'Don't Deserve To Keep All' Their Money Congresswoman Jan Schakowsky (D-Ill.) has drawn the ire of a number of conservative bloggers after comments she made about taxes on WLS Chicago's Don Wade and Roma radio show Wednesday. Towards the end of her interview on the program, Wade asked Schakowsky, "Out of every dollar that I earn, how much do you think that I deserve to keep?" -- a question similar to one asked by a high school student during the CNN-Tea Party Express GOP presidential candidate debate earlier this week. "I’ll put it this way. You don’t deserve to keep all ...

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Action Steps 10/18/17
IL-9 Action Newsletter 10/18/17   5 Things To Do This Week to Resist from the IL-9   Boots on the Ground   If you’re reading this newsletter early on Wednesday, October 18, consider making your way to O’Hare’s Terminal 5 for the #NoMuslimBanEver rally. The demonstration stands opposed to the newest executive order on immigration, colloquially dubbed Muslim Ban 3.0. The event is scheduled from 9 a.m.-12 p.m. and will take place even after a Hawaii judge blocked the order from going into effect. Find out more at the event Facebook page.   Add Your Voice   The Department of Health and Human Services has just released their draft Strategic Plan for fiscal years 2018-2022, and their proposed revised mission statement would be a blow to reproductive rights and activism in this country. The new plan states that the “HHS accomplishes its mission through programs and initiatives that cover a wide spectrum of 61 activities, serving and protecting
Action Steps 10/25/17
IL-9 Action Newsletter 10/25/17   5 Things To Do This Week to Resist from the IL-9   Jump in the Ring   We know the adage that politics begins at home, and much of the resistance since the 2016 presidential election has demonstrated just how important local, grassroots actions are to our political momentum. If you’ve been toying with the idea of jumping into the political ring yourself, consider the Illinois Democratic Party’s call for individuals interested in serving as Democratic Precinct Committeemen. Express your interest by filling out this online form.   Raise Your Consciousness   Do you have an interest in equal rights for men and women? An interest in the as-yet-unpassed Equal Rights Amendment? Plan to check out the free screening of the award-winning documentary Equal Means Equal, followed by a panel discussion, on Sunday, October 29, from 1-4 p.m. at Niles West High School. Claim your free seats here.   Now that we’re about hal
Action Steps 11/8/17
IL-9 Action Newsletter 11/8/17   5 Things To Do This Week to Resist from the IL-9   Share Your Thoughts for Education   In October, the Secretary of Education released a draft of her priority areas for competitive grant programs for the coming years. These priorities set the bar for what types of educational programs can—and cannot—look to federal funding for support. Through November 13, the Department of Education is seeking feedback on these priority areas. Take a few minutes to submit a comment on what you and your school communities feel are the educational areas needing the most attention. Now is the time to advocate for what sectors of education will most benefit from funding, from school libraries with certified librarians to afterschool enrichment programs.   Get Inspired   One of the biggest cultural shifts since the 2016 presidential election is in the number of women who are now pursuing elected office. Emily’s List reported in 201
Action Steps 10/31/17
IL-9 Action Newsletter 11/1/17   5 Things To Do This Week to Resist from the IL-9   Raise Your Consciousness   Have you been looking for local resources related to health care, Medicare, employment, veterans affairs, and financial wellness? Make plans to attend the Helping Hands Community Resource fair on Saturday, November 4, from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. at Niles West High School. Organizations and experts from across the community will be at the event to provide resources and guidance on topics important to Illinoisans’ lives. Find more information here.   Be Prepared   With the indictments of Manafort and Gates stemming from special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation, and the president’s regularly-tweeted dislike of these actions, groups across the country are preparing for the possibility that the president will try to fire Mueller in the same way he did former FBI Director James Comey. While signs don’t currently point toward such a firin

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