WASHINGTON, DC – Congresswoman Jan Schakowsky, a Senior Chief Deputy Whip and a member of the House Budget Committee, made the following statement after the Government Accountability Office issued their legal opinion on the actions surrounding the withholding of foreign aid to Ukraine:
EVANSTON, IL – Congresswoman Jan Schakowsky, a Senior Chief Deputy Whip and a former member the House Select Committee on Intelligence, issued the following statement in response to recent events involving Iran:
“Far from making Americans safer, this reckless action by President Trump has put our country on the brink of war with Iran.
WASHINGTON, DC – Congresswoman Jan Schakowsky, a Senior Chief Deputy Whip and Access to Medicines Co-Lead on Speaker Pelosi’s 8-Member NAFTA Working Group, spoke on the U.S. House floor today prior to the final vote on the United States Mexico Canada Trade Agreement. Her full statement is below:
WASHINGTON, DC – Congresswoman Jan Schakowsky, a Senior Chief Deputy Whip and Chair of the Energy and Commerce Consumer Protection and Commerce Subcommittee, reacted after a split 5th Circuit Court of Appeals panel ruled 2 to 1 against the Affordable Care Act’s (ACA) individual mandate.
WASHINGTON, DC – Today, Congresswoman Jan Schakowsky, a Senior Chief Deputy Whip, voted in favor of two Articles of Impeachment against President Donald J. Trump, and released the following statement after they passed the U.S. House:
WASHINGTON, DC – Today, the U.S. House of Representatives passed two critical funding bills to keeping our government open and vital services operating. Congresswoman Jan Schakowsky, a Senior Chief Deputy Whip, voted NO on H.R. 1158 and voted YES on H.R. 1865. Schakowsky issued the following statement:
Washington, DC – Today, Congresswoman Jan Schakowsky announced several opportunities this week to meet with staff and apply to work for the 2020 Census. Every ten years, the United States Census Bureau is tasked with counting every single individual in the country. This work is incredibly important. These census counts impact congressional represe