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Mar 27, 2012 In the News
The budget alternatives sponsors say the amendment reduces the deficit by more than $4 trillion over the next 10 years, with two-thirds of the reduction coming from spending cuts and one-third through tax increases."
Mar 9, 2012 In the News
"I don't know why more people aren't interested in jumping in on those measures. For some, it's just not a high priority," Quigley said. "
Feb 22, 2012 In the News
"I have never been reimbursed at the federal level. Never want to be in a million years," Rep. Quigley said. "
Jan 27, 2012 In the News
The 2,000 computers and printers will go to more than 100 Chicago public schools, according to a joint news release from CPS CEO Jean-Claude Brizard and U.S. Rep. Mike Quigley, who facilitated the deal through Computers for Learning... "
Jan 9, 2012 In the News
In 2009 5th District Congressman Mike Quigley called for a federal investigation into Project Shield. Now, a report confirms the $45 million program was ripe with faulty equipment, unaccountable inventory and missing records. "
Nov 16, 2011 In the News
"We need to be smarter about how we defend our country, not just throw money at it. The choices the Department of Defense make right now make us less safe, not more safe." "
Oct 25, 2011 In the News
"Lee, there was a time when you were not appreciated. I promise you are now. This is an extraordinary testament not just to your dedication but to your perseverance and your love of your country" "
Sep 7, 2011 In the News
Hinz: "Read the report for yourself. No one out there is going to agree with all of it. But after a report like this, it's clear that what's lacking isn't the way, but the will." "
Aug 25, 2011 In the News
"Street cleaning is very important. Its one of those things people always notice about Chicago, the cleanliness of the streets," said a focused Quigley as he picked up loose cardboard to deposit in blue-carts on the 500 block of West Melrose. "
Aug 19, 2011 In the News
Rep. Quigley Joins Paul Lisnek on CLTV to talk about the Federal Budget and Jobs "