Roskam on tax reform: 'Either get this done' or it 'will be the lost opportunity of a lifetime'
By: Katherine Skiba
Roskam: The House tax plan benefits everyone
By: Peter Roskam
Crain’s Chicago Business
November 9, 2017
DuPage County, IL – Small businesses across Illinois’ 6th Congressional District are not alone in their support of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act; constituents are also expressing their support for real tax reform and their gratitude to Representative Peter Roskam (IL-6) for his hard work in ensuring that that his constituents – and Americans at every income bracket – feel
DuPage County, IL – Across Illinois’ 6th Congressional District, small business owners are weighing in on what tax reform means for their businesses, their employees and their families.
DuPage County, IL — Today, Representative Peter Roskam (IL-06) introduced the bipartisan Parity in Animal Cruelty Enforcement (PACE) Act to strengthen animal fighting prohibitions. Animal fighting has been banned in many individual states for decades and in the United States for 10 years; this legislation closes a loophole that exempts U.S.
DuPage County, IL — Today, Representative Peter Roskam (IL-06) voted in favor of the Senate-amended GOP budget resolution which passed the House of Representatives, 216-212. The passage of this resolution now clears the way for the Ways and Means and Senate Finance Committees to move on tax reform.
Today, U.S. Representative Peter J. Roskam (R-IL) released the following statement on the Trump Administration’s newly announced Iran strategy:
Washington, D.C. — Today, U.S. Representative Peter J. Roskam (R-IL) and U.S. Senator Tom Cotton (R-AR) sent a letter to Attorney General Jeff Sessions urging him to advocate for transparency in a U.S. federal court where victims of Iranian terrorism are seeking compensation for damages previously awarded to them in the case Shlomo Leibovitch et al v.
West Chicago, IL — Today, Congressman Peter Roskam (IL-06) voted to pass a federal budget that will promote job creation, secure national defense, strengthen health care, cut spending and reform government.
West Chicago, IL —In the wake of legislation signed by Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner that would allow for the use of taxpayer money to cover an unlimited number of abortions anytime for any reason, members of the Illinois Republican Congressional Delegation voted to advance bipartisan legislation H.R.