Washington, DC – Congresswoman Kelly released this statement following passage of the GOP’s tax scam bill:
Washington, DC – Yesterday, Congresswoman Kelly took to Twitter to share the concerns on her constituents about the GOP’s so-called ‘tax reform’ plan.
Washington, DC – Today, the U.S. House of Representatives unanimously passed the Connected Government Act (H.R. 2331), authored by Congresswoman Robin Kelly. This bipartisan bill would ensure that all government websites are mobile-friendly.
Washington, DC – Today, Congresswoman Robin Kelly spoke on the House floor against the proposed GOP tax plan that would raise taxes on working and middle class families.
I'd like to applaud the Daily Journal for its recent "Do away with those unwanted drugs" editorial because ending this epidemic is up to each and every one of us.
Washington, DC – Today, Congresswoman Robin Kelly hosted a packed Congressional briefing on maternal health and mortality because American women are more likely to die from childbirth or childbirth complication than women in any other developed nation.
“In 2017, starting or growing your family shouldn’t mean putting your life at risk,” said Congresswoman Robin Kelly.
More than 300 job-seekers attended a Hiring Event hosted by Congresswoman Robin Kelly at South Suburban College on Friday.
The 5th annual Hiring Event featured more than 70 companies and agencies with active job openings, including Amazon, Nike, UPS, ComEd,, the U.S. Post Office, Franciscan Health, MiJack and the Cook County Sheriff’s Department.
Washington, DC – Congresswoman Kelly, ranking member of the IT oversight subcommittee, released this statement following Twitter’s announcement regarding political advertising transparency:
Washington, DC – Today, Congresswomen Dina Titus (NV-01) and Robin Kelly (IL-02) took to the House floor to challenge their colleagues to quickly approve life-saving legislation to ban “bump stocks,” an after-market modification that turns assault weapons into nearly fully-automatic weapons.
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Robin Kelly, D-Ill., a driving force behind the Democrats’ dramatic congressional sit-in calling for a gun control vote, said she and her Illinois colleagues are stepping up the momentum this week. ‘We’re not going to let this die,’ Kelly told POLITICO Illinois Sunday.