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DeKalb Daily Chronicle: Kinzinger addresses guns, roads, climate during local visit

Congressman Adam Kinzinger visited Nouryon Surface Chemistry in Morris on Wednesday, touring the facility and later having a sit-down with facility leadership.


WIFR: Farmers meet with Rep. Kinzinger to express concerns

After months of devastating floods, farmers are now facing another battle, the trade war with China.


The Washington Examiner: GOP lawmaker victimized by scams takes aim at fake social media accounts

A Republican lawmaker is crafting legislation aiming at removing fake accounts from online social media platforms.


The Herald-News: Kinzinger: Border patrol agents need our support

U.S. Rep. Adam Kinzinger, R-Channahon, voiced his support for a motion to recognize and support the work of U.S. Border Patrol agents, saying they have been “villainized” in debates over immigration.


La Salle News Tribune: Kinzinger: Pelosi racism resolution was retaliation, broke House rules

WASHINGTON D.C. — A tweet by President Donald Trump last weekend saying four congresswomen of color should “go back where they came from” resulted in continued fallout throughout this week, both nationwide and in the U.S. Capitol.


WGLT: Kinzinger's Rising Star Burns A Bit Brighter in Trump Era

WGLT's Ryan Denham interviews Congressman Adam Kinzinger for this profile piece in ISU's NPR Station.


Central Illinois Proud: U.S. Reps Bustos, Kinzinger urge DIRECTV to reach a deal with Nexstar

PEORIA, Ill. — After nearly a week of DIRECTV and AT&T U-verse customers being unable to watch Nexstar-owned television stations, U.S. Rep. Cheri Bustos (Ill.-17) and U.S. Rep. Adam Kinzinger (Ill.-16) have written letters urging the cable company to reach a negotiation with Nexstar.


WROK: Congressman Adam Kinzinger on House Politics, Iran, Drug Prices

Congressman Kinzinger joins Riley O'Neil for their monthly radio interview.


WGN Radio: Rep. Adam Kinzinger on US-Iran rhetoric

“Iran is treading on thin ice, they got a gift by the President not striking them.”


Crain's Chicago Business: Iran is likely to cave in the end, Chicago-area Rep. Adam Kinzinger says

The hawk in metro Chicago's congressional delegation says the U.S. is mostly doing the right thing with Iran, but concedes it could be a bumpy summer.