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BCR News: LTE - Congressman Kinzinger fights for Illinois farmers

Letter to the Editor - Congressman Kinzinger fights for Illinois farmers

Ottawa Times: House approves bill to revive Nevada nuclear waste dump

Plan would help solve waste storage at local plants

DeKalb Daily Chronicle: Kinzinger addresses human trafficking at Rotary event

DeKALB – U.S. Rep. Adam Kinzinger calls human trafficking modern slavery, and said the way to defeat it is to bring awareness to the issue.

Fox News: Rep. Adam Kinzinger on a strong week for President Trump

Kinzinger joins Neil Cavuto on Fox News

Washington Examiner: GOP lawmaker: 'There has never been an administration that's more hawkish on Russia' than Trump

Rep. Adam Kinzinger, R-Ill., thinks the Trump administration has been exceptionally strong in dealing with Russia.

Northwest Herald: U.S. Rep. Adam Kinzinger introduces opioid legislation

U.S. Rep. Adam Kinzinger recently introduced a resolution to remedy opioid addiction.

WGN Radio: Congressman Adam Kinzinger on U.S. Airstrikes in Syria

“This was absolutely the right thing to do tonight and I’m proud of the president for making the call”

Rockford Register Star: Letter: Rep. Kinzinger supports development of clean energy

Everyone knows the overall budget process in Washington is broken. However, Congressman Adam Kinzinger found a way to cut through the noise to ensure that a number of provisions that benefit Illinois communities were funded, including building out infrastructure through transportation, energy, water and cyber projects.

The Ripon Advance: Kinzinger commends inclusion of broadband bills in nation's new spending law

U.S. Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-IL) praised newly enacted legislation he introduced extending broadband internet and wireless coverage to America’s rural areas.

Sauk Valley News: Leveling the internet playing field: Spending bill provides $600 million for rural broadband

WASHINGTON – Two broadband bills sponsored by U.S. Rep. Adam Kinzinger, R-Channahon, were included in the nation’s new spending bill that provides $600 million in new funding for broadband projects in rural areas.