Aaron Schock http://wuis.org en Schock Dedicates Pavillion In Western Illinois, Hopes To Establish National Park http://wuis.org/post/schock-dedicates-pavillion-western-illinois-hopes-establish-national-park <p>An effort to create a national park at former town site in western Illinois remains stalled in the US Senate.&nbsp; Congressman Aaron Schock, a Republican, is part of a bi-partisan group of lawmakers seeking the designation for New Philadelphia.</p> Tue, 03 Jun 2014 21:21:05 +0000 Lee Strubinger 26528 at http://wuis.org Schock Dedicates Pavillion In Western Illinois, Hopes To Establish National Park Schock Blames Insurance Mandates For Premium Hikes http://wuis.org/post/schock-blames-insurance-mandates-premium-hikes <p><span style="line-height: 1.5;">&nbsp;&nbsp;</span>After Republicans' efforts to repeal the Affordable Care Act did not work, Congressman Aaron Schock says lawmakers need to lift requirements on insurance policies. Today (Nov. 11) he toured his district, in an attempt to prove his point.</p> Tue, 12 Nov 2013 23:44:18 +0000 Amanda Vinicky 12908 at http://wuis.org Schock Blames Insurance Mandates For Premium Hikes Congressman Schock Talks Farm Bill http://wuis.org/post/congressman-schock-talks-farm-bill <p>With Congress in its August recess, the farm bill is stalled and many are pessimistic about getting a new bill passed before the current extension expires on Sept. 30. Still, farm country legislators aren’t exactly giving up hope.<br>Republican Illinois Congressman Aaron Schock was asked about the farm bill at a town hall style meeting in in his district this week.<br>He said that he thinks the most likely outcome is that the House will pass a “food stamp bill,” to go along with a agriculture portion it passed in June. That could put the farm bill back on track.<br> Wed, 14 Aug 2013 18:50:51 +0000 Sean Crawford 7292 at http://wuis.org Congressman Schock Talks Farm Bill