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Congressman Mike Quigley

Representing the 5th District of Illinois

In the News

Nov 12, 2018 In the News
Rep. Quigley talks about his attempts to contact the Post Master General about Chicago's prevalent mail delivery problems and why they persist.
Nov 10, 2018 In the News
“The public has evolved on their belief about this, given the magnitude and disparity of gun violence and mass shootings,” Quigley said Friday by phone.
Nov 9, 2018 In the News
Rep. Quigley joins Jim Sciutto to discuss the recent appointment of Acting Attorney General Whitaker and what it means for the Mueller investigation, as well as President Trump’s public warning that Democrats who investigate him will face retaliation.
Nov 8, 2018 In the News
Quigley is now the ranking minority member of the Subcommittee on Financial Services, which sets spending levels for the courts, the Internal Revenue Service and election security—the latter a particular interest of Quigley's. But if one other member steps aside for another gig, Quigley probably will go for the subcommittee for transportation and urban development, a nice slot for a Chicago rep.
Nov 8, 2018 In the News
Quigley, poised to become what is nicknamed a “Cardinal” on the Appropriations Committee, told me on Thursday that with his new power, “I can help dramatically bring resources back to the region, into the state.”
Nov 7, 2018 In the News
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) and Rep. Mike Quigley (D-Ill.), who is set to lead the panel overseeing District affairs, say they will oppose the anti-marijuana rider.
Nov 7, 2018 In the News
But Quigley thinks Nunes’ “damage is done,” he told The Daily Beast. “He did his damage, he stymied the [Russia] investigation and shut it down. He worked hand in glove with the White House to limit our [investigative] abilities. I don’t see how he has those abilities when we’re in the majority.”
Nov 7, 2018 In the News
"What's important to me is that people know it's not the Democrats frothing to be Benghazi-like," said Illinois Rep. Mike Quigley, referencing the GOP-led investigation into the 2012 terrorist attack that Democrats say was a political attack on Hillary Clinton. "We'll see what (Mueller) does, how he is treated, and that'll tell us what we have left to do."
Nov 7, 2018 In the News
Quigley worries that Trump is acting like a king, “I just hope that we are not living under some cult of personality where the American public will say that’s okay for him. No matter how you view this president, the fact that he is acting as if he is above the law is extraordinarily dangerous. This is how autocrats act.”
Nov 6, 2018 In the News
One member of the Judiciary Committee, Rep. Mike Quigley (D-Ill.), has introduced legislation to force Trump to create a public database of visitors to his Mar-a-Lago resort—a topic the committee could take up.