Congresswoman Robin Kelly (D-IL) issued the following statement today after joining President Obama at the White House for the announcement on his Executive Actions to Reduce Gun Violence.
Congress recently passed legislation which included an amendment offered by Congresswoman Robin Kelly (IL-02) promoting adult literacy and financial literacy in communities across the country. Kelly’s proposal ensured that Family Engagement in Education Programs covered under S.
Congresswoman Robin Kelly issued the following statement regarding the Department of Justice’s decision to investigate the Chicago Police in the wake of the Laquan McDonald Case:
U. S. Representative Robin Kelly announced a Congressional App Challenge for high school students in the 2nd Congressional District.
The competition is aimed at encouraging and recognizing young programming talent and highlighting the importance of computer science in the Digital Age. The competition is open to students of all skill levels.
U.S. Congresswoman Robin Kelly voted late yesterday in the House of Representatives to pass a bipartisan bill to reauthorize the job-creating Export-Import Bank.
Today Congresswoman Robin Kelly, Congressman Ruben Gallego, and 38 Democrats sent a letter to Attorney General Loretta Lynch requesting a meeting to discuss steps that can be taken to address gun violence in minority communities.
Congresswoman Robin Kelly today announced that Olive-Harvey College has been awarded a $600,000 grant to implement an academic program that will assist low-income minority students earn STEM degrees that will lead to in-demand jobs.
Five hundred job seekers attended a Hiring Event hosted by Congresswoman Robin Kelly on Friday at South Suburban College in South Holland.
Congresswoman Robin Kelly (IL-02) today spoke on the House floor to take her Congressional colleagues to task for failing to pass common sense gun legislation in the wake of the Oregon mass shooting and the wave of gun violence that has gripped the nation this year.
Congresswoman Robin Kelly announced today that Governors State University and Joliet Junior College each received five-year grants to expand programs aimed at strengthening student services and academic support for low-income students.