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Sunday, February 17, 2019
The Illinois Republic Party wants to show House Speaker Mike Madigan (D-Chicago) the door via a "Madigan Retirement Plan,” according to a press release.
Citizens for Rauner is touting the new education reform bill recently signed into law by Gov. Bruce Rauner as a landmark for the state.
Democratic gubernatorial candidates sat on the sidelines as Cook County repealed its controversial sweetened beverage tax this week, according to the Illinois Republican Party.
Illinois' unpaid vendor debt has remained virtually unchanged after dropping from a record high in September, according to the Illinois comptroller’s webpage.
Illinois' unpaid vendor debt fell slightly as the fall season got underway, according to the state comptroller's website.
Illinois' unpaid vendor debt ticked down to end September after setting a record high of more than $16 billion earlier in the month.
There appears to be only bad news and worse news in Illinois' employment picture, according to WirePoints founder Mark Glennon.
The average Illinoisan carries approximately $50,000 in taxpayer burden for state government as Illinois struggles with more than $200 billion in unfunded pension and health-care liabilities.
Laurie Higgins says it’s time conservatives took a more courageous stand in the transgender birth certificate debate.
The lllinois chapter of Americans for Prosperity (AFP-IL) is taking aim at 16 state legislators who voted to override Gov. Bruce Rauner’s veto and pass a budget that carries the largest permanent tax hike in state history.