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Davis’ Bipartisan, Labor-Backed Fair and Open Skies Act Passes Committee Vote

Yesterday, bipartisan legislation introduced by U.S. Representative Rodney Davis (R-IL), who serves as the Ranking Member of the House Committee on Transportation & Infrastructure’s (T&I) Subcommittee on Highways & Transit, passed T&I and will move to the House floor for passage. H.R. 3095, the Fair and Open Skies Act, seeks to preclude n...

Davis Votes in Support of Emergency National Guard, Capitol Police Funding

Today, U.S. Representative Rodney Davis (R-IL) voted in support of a bipartisan emergency appropriations bill that provided additional funding for the National Guard, U.S. Capitol Police, and security improvements and COVID-19-related expenses for the Capitol Complex. “This is a great example of what can happen when Republicans and Democr...

Davis Congratulates IL-13 Olympians Competing in Tokyo

U.S. Representative Rodney Davis (R-IL) is congratulating the three Olympians who reside in the 13th District of Illinois who are competing in the Olympic Games in Tokyo, including Kelsey Card of Carlinville, Lauren Doyle of Boody, and Michelle Bartch-Hackley of Champaign. Team USA sent a 613-member team to compete in Tokyo, including 20 ...


This funding bill is a great example of what can happen when Republicans and Democrats come together to support our National Guard members and Capitol Police officers. This long overdue funding will prevent layoffs and furloughs in National Guard units across the country and ensure rank-and-file USCP officers continue to get paid. Because Congress acted, the Illinois National Guard will avoid a $31 million shortfall in funding, ensuring operational readiness. I hope Speaker Pelosi will learn from the Senate’s bipartisan success and follow suit when it comes to reforming our security posture on Capitol Hill.

Our country operates one of the safest aviation systems in the world, yet foreign airlines who operate here are currently not required to follow our country’s safety and industry regulations. Letting foreign airlines skirt regulations or labor standards in their home country only puts American workers and companies at a disadvantage. If a foreign air carrier wants to operate within the United States, then they need to play by the same rules we require of our airlines or they shouldn’t be permitted to operate within our borders. You can read more about our bipartisan Fair and Open Skies Act, which passed a committee vote yesterday, below:

The Democrats' hearing on "Election Subversion" couldn’t be more timely because there is a lot of election misinformation happening right now… And it’s coming from the other side of the aisle. Falsely referring to states' election integrity laws as "Jim Crow 2.0" "sick" "un-American" & "a voter suppression epidemic" as Democrats have done is dangerous election subversion. You can read my full opening statement from the Committee on House Administration's hearing on "Election Subversion" below: