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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 12/6/17
IL-9 Action Newsletter 12/6/17   5 Things To Do This Week to Resist from the IL-9   Make Calls for the Alabama Senate Race   The Alabama Senate special election will take place on Tuesday, December 12, which means all hands are on deck to get out the vote for Democratic candidate Doug Jones. Jones offers the type of Democratic representation the state needs—and that’s without taking into account that Jones’s Republican challenger, Roy Moore, is embroiled in allegations of his history of dating, pursuing, and harassing underage women. Use this tool to phone bank to predominantly African American voters in Alabama, who have the power to elect Jones to the Senate if they show up on election day next week. Login instructions and scripts are available in the tool.   Refill Your Well   Resistance efforts draw strength from the energy of resistors, which means it’s vital to take time to recharge throughout the year. Indivisible Evanston will be
Action Steps 11/15/17
IL-9 Action Newsletter 11/15/17   5 Things To Do This Week to Resist from the IL-9   Choose Your Health Plan—And Remind Others to Sign Up, Too   It’s time! It’s now open enrollment for those seeking health coverage under the Affordable Care Act. That means it’s time to change or add coverage for yourself and your family, and also to make sure all your friends and neighbors know it’s time to enroll, too. In the past few months, the current administration has done plenty to try to undermine signups; but that tactic isn’t working, and the ACA website is seeing record enrollments. Visit the Get America Covered project’s website for resources and support to make sure all your friends and family know that enrollment lasts through December 15.   Indivisible Illinois is also organizing daily phone banking to alert Illinois residents to the Affordable Care Act enrollment period. Whether you’ve got just a few minutes of your own
Action Steps 11/22/17
IL-9 Action Newsletter 11/22/17   5 Things To Do This Week to Resist from the IL-9   Reminder: Choose Your Health Plan—And Remind Others to Sign Up, Too   It’s time! It’s now open enrollment for those seeking health coverage under the Affordable Care Act. That means it’s time to change or add coverage for yourself and your family, and also to make sure all your friends and neighbors know it’s time to enroll, too. In the past few months, the current administration has done plenty to try to undermine signups; but that tactic isn’t working, and the ACA website is seeing record enrollments. Visit the Get America Covered project’s website for resources and support to make sure all your friends and family know that enrollment lasts through December 15.   Indivisible Illinois is also organizing daily phone banking to alert Illinois residents to the Affordable Care Act enrollment period. Whether you’ve got just a few minutes t
Action Steps 11/29/17
IL-9 Action Newsletter 11/29/17   5 Things To Do This Week to Resist from the IL-9   Raise Your Consciousness   Our neighbors in Wisconsin are currently impacted by voter suppression efforts in that state. Whether you’re simply interested to learn more about voter suppression tactics or aim to help support voting rights for all, make a plan to attend the “Voter Suppression/Voter I.D. in Wisconsin” event on Sunday, December 3, from 2-3:30 p.m. in Evanston. RSVP for the free event here.   Help Our Puerto Rican Neighbors   Our fellow Americans in Puerto Rico are still dealing with the aftermath and struggles of Hurricane Maria—a shameful reality when we consider how little our government has done for Puerto Ricans as compared to hurricane victims in mainland states. As we approach the winter holiday season associated with giving, make a plan to contribute to the Puerto Rican recovery in any way you can.   Get Ready to Flip Some Seats &



 
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