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Ahead of National Day of Giving, Davis Announces Bill to Provide Stable Funding for Food Banks

Davis speaks with Jim Hires, CEO of Eastern Illinois Food, during a visit to the food bank ahead of National Day of Giving. U.S. Rep. Rodney Davis (R-Ill.) today, ahead of National Day of Giving (Nov. 28), visited Eastern Illinois Foodbank to announce legislation to provide stable funding for food banks. “This is certainly one of the bus...

Davis Votes to Advance First Major Tax Reform Bill in 31 Years

U.S. Rep. Rodney Davis (R-Ill.) released this statement after the House passed H.R. 1, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, the first major tax reform bill since 1986: “Today, is not about politics or the legacy of Republicans and Democrats. It’s about middle-class Americans who have not seen a tax break in more than 30 years, small businesses who ...

Ways and Means Committee Chair Agrees to Work Toward Tuition Waiver Solution in Tax Reform

U.S. Rep. Rodney Davis (R-Ill.) tonight announced that Ways and Means Committee Chairman Kevin Brady (R-TX) committed during a colloquy on the House floor that he will work toward a positive solution for qualified tuition waivers as tax reform moves forward. The Senate tax reform bill preserves the qualified tuition waiver, but the House ...

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Tomorrow is #SmallBusinessSaturday. Please support a small business, like Bill's Toasty Shop, that is a staple in your community. Small businesses are a critical part of our economy and the American spirit. #shopsmall

It's a goal I hope we can all strive to achieve: political & policy debates without the hateful rhetoric. #thankful "Even before the shooting, Davis had frequently expressed concern about the tone of public discourse. In almost every interview on every topic, he’d plead for calmer debate. "He helped form a “Main Street Caucus” focused on policy and forging a “governing coalition” in the House of Representatives, and that group of 72 Republicans has upped its efforts in the wake of the shooting."

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Davis Presents Local Vietnam Veteran with Bronze Star

photo WAND News covers U.S. Rep. Rodney Davis (R-Ill.) presenting retired United States Army Staff Sergeant Kenneth D. Carlock (Ret.) of Coffeen, IL the Bronze Star for his meritorious service during combat operations in the Vietnam War. Carlock, who served in Vietnam as an artillery forward observer nearly 50 years ago, was never formally recommended for the Bronze Star. Davis' office worked with the U.S. Army for more than two years to finally present Carlock with the recognition he deserves.

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