Congressman Aaron Schock (IL-18)

Rep. Aaron Schock discusses the Caterpillar hearings on Fox and Friends
  • Rep. Schock breaks ground in Morton for Habitat for Heroes home build

    Congressman Aaron Schock helped coordinate an effort to raise more than $80k for the first Habitat for Heroes military home build in the 18th Congressional District. The event, which drew more than 100 community volunteers, highlighted the sacrifice that veterans make for the United States every day. Construction on the four bedroom home for Sgt. Brian Wood and his family will be completed by early Fall.
  • Congressman Schock celebrates 50th Anniversary of 1964 Civil Rights Act

    Rep. Schock welcomed his colleague Congressman John Lewis (GA-05), the last surviving member of the heroic Big Six Civil Rights Leaders, to Peoria for a celebration of the 50th Anniversary of the 1964 Civil Rights Act. Schock and Lewis addressed issues of racial reconciliation, justice and forgiveness in the day-long event hosted by Bradley University.
  • House Passes Schock Bill to Protect Religious Liberty Under Obamacare

    The U.S. House of Representatives overwhelmingly passed today a bill introduced by Congressman Aaron Schock (R-IL) to amend Obamacare and strengthens First Amendment religious liberty protections for millions of Americans with sincerely held beliefs that conflict with government mandates to purchase health insurance coverage.
  • Rep. Schock goes on FOX News to address IRS targeting scandal

    On Wednesday, April 9, 2014, the House Committee on Ways and Means took the extraordinary step of referring a former IRS official to the United States Justice Department for criminal prosecution. Congressman Schock went on FOX News to discuss the committee action and explain the next steps in the IRS targeting investigation.
  • Rep. Schock calls on Congress to Save American Workers

    Congressman Schock addressed the House of Representatives on H.R. 2575, the Save American Workers Act of 2013. This bipartisan bill, which seeks to re-establish full time employment as 40 hours per week, passed the House on a vote of 248-179.