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House and Senate Unanimously Approve Reforms to Sexual Harassment Policies

U.S. Rep. Rodney Davis (R-Ill.) released the following statement after both the House and Senate unanimously approved bipartisan legislation to reform sexual harassment rules within the Legislative Branch. “The House led on strengthening protections against sexual harassment in the workplace and I’m glad both chambers were able to work to...

Davis: National Park Service Agrees to Preliminary Survey of Springfield Race Riot Site

Dr. Carla Hayden, Librarian of Congress, and Davis view artifacts from the Springfield Race Riot site in September 2017. U.S. Rep. Rodney Davis (R-Ill.) announced today that the National Park Service (NPS) has agreed to conduct a preliminary survey of the site of the 1908 Springfield Race Riots. The survey is necessary to begin the proce...

Davis Delivers Second Farm Bill for Illinois Farmers

U.S. Rep. Rodney Davis (R-Ill.) today released this statement after the House passed the 2018 farm bill. This will be the second farm bill Davis has delivered for 13th District farmers. He served on the conference committee for both the 2014 and 2018 farm bills. “Getting a farm bill across the finish line this year for our farmers has alw...


I was not able to attend the dedication ceremony for the Fallen Heroes Tree of Honor at the Decatur Civic Center, but today I stopped by to see the tree. It displays the names of Americans who gave their lives to protect our freedoms. We will never forget their service and sacrifice.

Joined Gale Cunningham on WYXY Classic 99.1 in Champaign this morning to talk about tornado recovery efforts in Taylorville and the Farm Bill that passed both the House and Senate this week.

BREAKING: House passes 2018 #FarmBill that maintains programs critical for Central Illinois farmers, strengthens agricultural research, and improves protections for organic products. We’ve written a strong bill for our farmers, but 80% of this bill is SNAP. While there is a slight increase in employment and training, not every able-bodied adult will have access to this job training program like they would have under the House bill. This is a missed opportunity, and if our economy is going to continue grow, we’re going to need to fill the jobs that are open. I hope Democrats in the House will set the election aside and make this a priority next year.