You have to be fast to keep up with all the changes in Washington, DC. Representing corn farmers’ interest in Springfield and in DC remains one of the top reasons that corn farmers join the Illinois Corn Growers Association. We take our duty to the state’s corn farmers seriously, so we keep close tabs on ‘Who’s Who’ in our nation’s capital.
As we’ve entered the second month of the year, the 113 th Congress is settling into their offices and committee assignments. We have several new representatives in the U.S. House in our Congressional delegation and committee assignments are all but finalized.
Here’s a document you can use to familiarize yourself with the new Illinois Congressional delegation, along with other information about the 113 th Congress.
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