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Davis Meets With Rev. Dr. Ofelia Ortega, Member of Cuban National Assembly

U.S. Rep. Rodney Davis (R-Ill.) on Saturday participated in a panel discussion with Rev. Dr. Ofelia Ortega, an elected member of the Cuban National Assembly, and Paul Johnson, president of the Illinois Cuba Working Group, on normalizing trade and travel relations with Cuba and benefits to the U.S. economy and the Cuban people. The panel ...

Davis: Supreme Court Rules Against EPA, In Favor of American Jobs

U.S. Rep. Rodney Davis (R-Ill.) released the following statement after the Supreme Court ruled in favor of requiring the EPA to consider the cost of regulations before imposing them on job creators and the American people: “I applaud today’s ruling and hope it will bring some common sense to the EPA’s rulemaking process,” said Davis. “The...

Davis/Bost Provision to Strengthen Trade Enforcement Heads to President’s Desk

Washington, DC – U.S. Rep. Rodney Davis (R-Ill.) today announced his legislation to strengthen enforcement rules against illegal trade practices, such as the dumping of foreign products like steel into U.S. markets, heads to the president’s desk as part of H.R. 1295, the Trade Preferences Extension Act. Davis introduced the American Trade...

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Last week in Clinton, IL, I had the opportunity to meet Ernest and Nelson Thorp (father and son) whose family business, Thorp Seed Co., started in 1947, transformed the seed industry to help farmers grow more with less. Both are veterans--Ernest flew B-17 bombers in WWII and was a POW for 9 months, using his aviation skills to grow his family's business, and Nelson served his country in Vietnam. A true American story!

Congrats to the U.S. women's soccer team! #USWNT #OneNationOneTeam

THS Band stepping off for the parade!

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Rep. Davis Speaks in Support of American Workers on Trade

photo U.S. Rep. Rodney Davis spoke in support of his bill, the American Trade Enforcement Effectiveness Act, to strengthen enforcement provisions against illegal trade practices such as the dumping of foreign products like steel into U.S. Markets, which passed the House as part of a larger trade package.

Davis Questions Amtrak CEO in Wake of Philadelphia Accident

photo U.S. Rep. Rodney Davis questioned Joseph Boardman, President and Chief Executive Officer of Amtrak, about safety mechanisms in place and Amtrak's funding requests at a recent Transportation and Infrastructure Committee hearing examining the Amtrak accident that occurred in Philadelphia last month.

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