Americans deserve a full and fair accounting of the healthcare law, including what decisions are being made, how the law is performing and how it will impact them and their families.
At the Glen Ellyn Volunteer Fire House, Congressman Peter Roskam touted legislation that halts specific regulations in the president’s healthcare law by protecting full time workers and volunteer firefighters.
Aug 31, 2014 Opinion Piece
Summer has ended and that means it’s back to school time for families across the country. For those parents who recently loaded up the car and dropped their kids off at college, the excitement of a nother year of school is tempered by another year of looming tuition bills and ever-increasing education expenses.
Aug 22, 2014 Press Release
Today, Congressman Peter Roskam (IL-06) issued the following statement on staff changes in his Illinois and Washington, D.C. offices, including hiring U.S. Army Sergeant Shane Scherer (Ret.) as Veterans Constituent Advocate and Hannah Schiller as Staff Assistant. Sgt. Scherer joins the office as part of the Congressional Wounded Warriors Program, which helps injured veterans find employment with the House of Representatives.
Aug 20, 2014 Ask Peter
In this segment, Congressman Roskam answers an email from Jackie McGrath, a professor at the College of DuPage, who wants to know what the House is doing to help make higher education more affordable for families and students.
Aug 12, 2014 Opinion Piece
Fighting human trafficking in the foster care system
By Congressman Peter Roskam