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Since 2001, I’ve done what every elected official should be doing in government right now. My staff and I took a look at the books,…
Scaling back the U.S. fleet of 14 nuclear-armed submarines to eight would maintain a robust deterrent at sea while generating billions in savings and easing…
Passionately defending one’s principles is crucial. Representing your district is fundamental. But refusing to entertain the common ground – with no other cost but giving…
Opening up the Capitol dome and giving the public a look at the inner workings of Congress – however messy they may be – certainly…
Just the circumstances of being in D.C., people give you books, and there are issues you want to learn more about, so you are tearing…
Just as we can no longer pretend that ducking under wooden desks will keep us safe from a nuclear bomb, we must no longer pretend…
Ironically enough, why I got into politics is because I came to the conclusion that if you wanted to save the world, which in my…
I introduced the Transparency in Government Act, a multi-faceted transparency bill that would bring unprecedented access and accountability to the federal government.
Honest to goodness, Brian Campbell, he was holding the Cup, and there was no one around for a minute. He says, ‘Hold this for a…
When you have a high-volume magazine or an assault weapon, you’re not hunting deer or protecting your home; you’re out to hunt people.
We can’t allow ourselves to descend down the rabbit hole of unbridled partisanship for partisan sake.
We can be just as safe with a smaller, more efficient nuclear arsenal at less cost.
Too often, advances in civil rights or women’s rights are undermined by wrong-headed legislation or weak-kneed political leadership.
There is such a thing as commonsense middle-ground gun reform, and most gun owners support it.
The people of Chicago have made it very clear that they favor sensible restrictions on gun ownership.
My outspoken positions haven’t always been popular in the halls of Congress, but they have been rooted in what I believed was right and necessary.
I’ve seen it with my own eyes: When government takes money from the poor and the middle class, everyone suffers.
I’m a longtime believer in the old adage that sunlight is the best disinfectant, particularly in politics.
I spent 10 years fighting for reform in Cook County, and I didn’t change my DNA when I got to Washington.
I am committed to working towards a more transparent, accountable, and ethical federal government worthy of the public’s trust.
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