Today, Congressman Adam Kinzinger (R-IL) was appointed to the Conference Committee to negotiate with the Senate and produce a final legislative package covering supply chains, innovation, and international competition.
Following the passage of H.R. 2471, the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2022, Congressman Adam Kinzinger (R-IL) released the statement below touting the wins secured for Illinois’ 16th Congressional District.
The Allies Strengthening Economies and Manufacturing Act, H.R. 6157, also known as the Allies SEAM Act, would require the Secretary of State to support relocating critical manufacturing from foreign countries of concern to the United States or elsewhere in the Western Hemisphere, according to a bill summary provided by the congressman’s staff.
The House on Wednesday passed three bipartisan bills intended to shore up network security and increase cyber literacy across the nation, following a difficult year fraught with several significant cybersecurity attacks.
The Understanding Cybersecurity of Mobile Networks Act, sponsored by Reps. Anna Eshoo (D-Calif.) and Adam Kinzinger (R-Ill.), was approved by a…
Congressman Adam Kinzinger was among 13 House republicans who voted to pass a massive $1.2 Trillion infrastructure bill late Friday night.
The bill already passed the Senate with 19 republican votes and now heads to President Biden’s desk for his approval. All other republicans in the House of Representatives and six of the most progressive democrats voted against the measure.
In addition to being a lead cosponsor on three pieces of bipartisan legislation focused on this important issue, Congressman Kinzinger authored and introduced H.R. 5492, the Manufacturing Economy And National Security (MEANS) Act to institute a unified national effort to secure our critical supply chains and help create jobs.
Congressman Kinzinger joined CNN's Jim Sciutto to discuss the ongoing infrastructure negotiations and the national debt limit:
JIM SCIUTTO: OK, let's move on to infrastructure.
"Axios" is reporting this morning that House Republican Whip Steve Scalise told Republicans, GOP -- the GOP's officially whipping against it, encouraging their members to vote against it.