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US House

The two members of Congress who represent the Quad Cities have decided to vote "yes" on the articles of impeachment. Tuesday Dave Loebsack who represents Iowa's Second District, and Cheri Bustos from Illinois' 17th, announced how they will vote Wednesday when the House is expected to take a formal vote. 

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If you're tired of receiving nuisance phone calls, Congress may be willing to help. Wednesday, the House approved the Telephone Robocall Abuse Criminal Enforcement and Deterrence Act, and sent it to the Senate.

Office of Cheri Bustos

A vote of confidence for Illinois 17th District Congresswoman Cheri Bustos by her fellow Democrats in the US House: Thursday they chose her to serve as Chair of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee - that means it'll be her job to defend and expand her party's new House majority in the 2020 election. 

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U.S. Rep. Cheri Bustos wants to move up in the leadership of the Democratic Party in the House. The 17th District congresswoman from East Moline announced Monday that if Democrats win a majority in the midterm elections, she will run for Assistant Democratic Leader, the number four position in House leadership.

WVIK News

Young adults need debt relief and help with child care. That was the message Thursday from some young professionals in the Quad Cities to two members of Congress - Dave Loebsack from Iowa's 2nd District and his guest from California, Eric Swalwell. 

The VA would be required to provide psychiatric care to any veteran who asks for it under a bill introduced in Congress. 

Cheri Bustos

Following her overwhelming re-election in a district won by Donald Trump, Democrats in the US House have promoted Cheri Bustos to a job in leadership. Monday night, they elected the congresswoman from East Moline to be one of three co-chairs of the Democratic Policy and Communications Committee.

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Help for the Rock Island Arsenal is moving through Congress, and might actually be approved by the end of the year. Friday the US House approved the 2017 National Defense Authorization Act, and it now goes to the Senate for its consideration.