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Davis Urges Expulsion of Turkish Personnel Who Assaulted Peaceful American Protesters

U.S. Rep. Rodney Davis (R-Ill.) sent a letter, along with several of his colleagues, to the Department of Justice and Department of State urging the immediate expulsion of Turkish personnel who physically assaulted Americans peacefully protesting President Tayyip Erdogan. The assault that took place on May 16, 2017 outside the Turkish amb...

Davis Statement on Updated AHCA CBO Score

U.S. Rep. Rodney Davis (R-Ill.) today released the following statement on the updated Congressional Budget Office (CBO) score for the American Health Care Act (AHCA): “Twenty-nine million people currently do not have insurance coverage under Obamacare even though they are mandated by law – more people would rather pay a fine than purchase...

Davis Supports Bill to Help Macon Mosquito Abatement District

U.S. Rep. Rodney Davis (R-Ill.) this week voted for a bill to remove a duplicative reporting requirement under the Clean Water Act that has significantly increased costs for the Macon Mosquito Abatement District in Macon County. H.R. 953, Reducing Regulatory Burdens Act, passed the House yesterday. “This bill simply says that if the use o...


This #MemorialDay we will honor all those who sacrificed and remember that freedom is not free. This video pays tribute to some of our most recent heroes from the 13th District who gave their lives in service to our country. At a time when our country seems increasingly divided, It's also a reminder that there is something much bigger that unites us as Americans. Let's set our differences aside, honor our service members, and remember all that unites us as a nation this Memorial Day.

Yesterday, I joined nearly 40 of my colleagues in calling for the expulsion of Turkish personnel who physically assaulted several peaceful American protesters outside the Turkish ambassador's residence in DC last week. Our country was founded on the right to free speech and this Memorial Day we’ll honor the many men and women who have died protecting this right. It’s unacceptable for any other country to threaten our constitutionally-protected rights and it should never be tolerated. These individuals should be identified and brought to justice.

As technology and forms of communication change, so must our laws and efforts to protect children against sexual predators. The susceptibility of children being exploited is extremely concerning – it’s a parent’s worst nightmare. The ten bipartisan bills passed by the House this week update federal laws and close legal loopholes to help law enforcement prevent child exploitation and put dangerous offenders behind bars. Read more about these ten bills here: