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The Ripon Advance: House Energy & Commerce Committee advances Kinzinger’s bipartisan anti-violence bill

A bipartisan trauma-prevention and anti-violence bill introduced by U.S. Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-IL) received approval from the U.S. House Energy and Commerce Committee on Sept. 9.

LaSalle News Tribune: Congressman Adam Kinzinger addresses national issues during DePue visit

Congressman Adam Kinzinger addressed a few national issues Wednesday during his visit to DePue, including his support of President Donald Trump.

WIFR: Rep. Kinzinger, Sen. Stewart respond to Byron, Dresden plant closures

“As a nation, we cannot reach our climate goals without nuclear energy.”

Morris Herald-News: Congressman Adam Kinzinger said he'll support Postal Service, but not $25 billion of funding

U.S. Rep. Adam Kinzinger said Tuesday he'd vote to support the postal service.

WGN Radio: Rep. Kinzinger explains the dangers of conspiracy theories like ‘QAnon’ in the modern era

Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-16) joins Roe Conn to talk about his efforts to counter the “QAnon” movement and associated conspiracy theories that are derailing national discourse.

Washington Examiner: GOP congressman urges fellow Republicans to denounce QAnon conspiracy theory

Rep. Adam Kinzinger says it's time for members of the GOP to unequivocally denounce QAnon.

WCSJ News: Kinzinger Touts the Great American Outdoors Act

Congressman Adam Kinzger is touting a new bipartisan conservation bill that is expected to be signed into law by President Trump.

WROK: Congressman Adam Kinzinger on Riots, Hearings, China

With no shortage of hot-button topics, 16th District Congressman Adam Kinzinger visited the WROK Morning Show on Wednesday morning.

WCSJ News: Kinzinger Accuses China of COVID-19 Misinformation Campaign

Congressman Adam Kinzinger discussed how he says the Chinese government failed the rest of the world with its handling of the initial COVID-19 outbreak.

The Herald-News: Kinzinger backs bill aiming to address passport backlog during pandemic

U.S. Rep. Adam Kinzinger is supporting a bill aiming to address the backlog of passport processing created by the COVID-19 pandemic.