Illinois voters supportive of the United States adopting a socialist economic and political system have been campaigning vigorously for three marquee candidates on the March 17 Democrat primary ballot.
From Illinois Business Daily
- 'Bruised, battered, bloody' Blago back home after Trump commutes sentence
- Pritzker criticizes commutation of Blagojevich sentence
- Illinois named the least tax-friendly state by MSN
- Illinois abortions increased by 3,000 in first year of taxpayer-funded coverage
- New Gas Attendant Act fuels candidate Breen's contempt for 'socialism of the Democrats'
From Peoria Standard
Illinois state Rep. Tim Butler (R-Springfield) told a panel of state agencies that transparency, full cooperation and a sense of urgency were key to fixing a recently reported issue with the state's automatic voter registration (AVR) system that allowed 574 non-citizens to be registered to vote in 2018.
IBHE: Higher Education Agencies Find Another Year of Record Investment in Governor's Budget Proposal
Higher education funding for public universities and community colleges in Illinois would gain a $109.7 million increase according to Gov. JB Pritzker's budget proposal for fiscal year 2021.
The Office of the Illinois State Fire Marshal (OSFM) Arson Division and Macoupin County Sheriff's Office are seeking information about multiple barn fires over the past month in Macoupin County.
ILLINOIS GOVERNOR'S OFFICE: Building on Steady Progress, Gov. Pritzker Delivers Second Balanced Budget Proposal to Continue to Make Our State Stronger
Building on the steady progress made since he took office, Governor JB Pritzker proposed his second balanced budget that takes a disciplined approach to managing the state's limited resources while also making crucial investments that will make our state stronger.
ILLINOIS GOVERNOR'S OFFICE: Gov. Pritzker Announces Three Appointments to State Boards and Commissions
Building on a strong team of diverse experts in their fields, Governor JB Pritzker announced appointments in his administration
State’s New Adult-Use Cannabis Industry Generated Over $10 Million In Cannabis and Retail Sales Tax Revenue
As a new measure of transparency and accountability, the Illinois State Police Forensic Services Command unveiled to the public a forensics dashboard showing the number of case assignments and average completion times.
IDFPR: Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation Announces Tenth Round of "Same-Site" Licenses for Adult Use Cannabis
The Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation has announced two more "Same Site" adult use cannabis licenses.
Gov. Pritzker Unveils Government Efficiencies Exceeding $225 Million in Upcoming Budget Year, $750 Million Over Next Three Years
FY21 Efficiencies Include $175M in Health Care Savings, Optimized Agency Operations, Potential IDES/IDOL Merger, Reduction of Boards and Commissions