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WCSJ News: Kinzinger Ties The Knot

Congressman Adam Kinzinger married Sofia Boza-Holman in a ceremony officiated by Lead Pastor Nate Ferguson of the Village Christian Church of Channahon this past weekend.


Rockford Register Star: Congressman Kinzinger weds in ceremony at Guatemalan monastery

Congressman Adam Kinzinger married Sofia Boza-Holman over Valentine’s Day weekend surrounded by close friends in the courtyard of an 18th century monastery in Guatemala.


The Herald-News: Kinzinger wants to study cancer among fighter pilots

U.S. Reps. Adam Kinzinger and Elaine Luria introduced legislation to help the Departments of Defense and Veterans Affairs better understand the incidence of cancer diagnosis and mortality among fighter pilots.


PJ Star: Kinzinger Op-Ed: Saving our nuclear fleet starts in Springfield

Congressman Kinzinger pens op-ed on saving the nuclear fleet in Illinois and why it's so important.


DeKalb Daily Chronicle: Congressman Kinzinger goes on mission with Air National Guard

Congressman Adam Kinzinger is on a mission with the Wisconsin Air National Guard unit.


The Herald-News: Kinzinger bill aims to make federal agencies more energy, water efficient

U.S. Rep. Adam Kinzinger introduced legislation last week to authorize the Department of Energy's Federal Energy Management Program, which is responsible for reducing energy use in federal buildings.


WREX: Rep. Adam Kinzinger sent on Air Guard mission

Congressman Adam Kinzinger (R) IL-16 is currently serving in his role with the Air National Guard as a Lieutenant Colonel.


WROK: Congressman Adam Kinzinger on the Iran Situation

Congressman Kinzinger kicks off the New Year by calling in to WROK's Riley O'Neil for their monthly interview.


Bloomington Pantagraph: Kinzinger issues statement on missile strike

Congressman Kinzinger on Iran's missile strikes on U.S. troops


Sauk Valley: Kinzinger: Killing of Iranian general was 'the right move'

U.S. Rep. Adam Kinzinger has called the killing of Iranian Gen. Qassem Soleimani “the right move,” but his political opponent in November said she is concerned about the repercussions.