Rep. Aaron Schock has announced he will resign March 31. Schock has been dogged for weeks regarding his use of taxpayer money. Schock’s resignation will leave Peoria without a congressman for several months until a special election can be called. It also leaves Schock himself in legal limbo, floating on allegations of congressional and campaign misspending. Schock released the following statement Tuesday afternoon: “Today, I am announcing my resignation as a Member of the United States House of Representatives effective March 31st.” To read the rest of this story head to ABC 7 News.
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