Gary Grasso’s run to become Illinois' attorney general is sparking unwanted attention over sizable campaign contributions he took from foreign governments and potential ties to reputed members of the mob.
State Rep. Jeanne Ives (R-Wheaton) expressed outrage over a Dec. 20 WBEZ report that said state officials wanted to wait nearly a week before making the public aware of an outbreak of Legionnaires’ disease at the Illinois Veterans Home in Quincy.
Illinois’ unpaid vendor debt dipped to $9,293,287,365.33 as of Dec. 27, according to the state comptroller's office, continuing a trend that has seen the state’s unpaid debt holding under $10 billion ever since Gov. Bruce Rauner moved to issue $6 billion worth of general obligation bonds to use toward Illinois’ then record-setting burden of nearly $17 billion.
Jeanne Ives argues there’s really only one conclusion voters can derive from all of Gov. Bruce Rauner’s genuflecting. In a recent release, she offers up a list of what she calls Rauner's top 10 betrayals of 2017.
The state of Illinois’ unpaid vendor debt trickled upward to $9,750,610,362.34 as of Dec. 20, marking the third straight week the amount has hovered around that level, according to the state comptroller’s office.
State Rep. Jeanne Ives (R-Wheaton) is speaking out in the wake of a WBEZ report, "Surviving the War, But Not the Veterans Home," that uncovered that at least 13 residents of a west central Illinois veterans home have died from Legionnaires’ disease over the last two years.
Rich Morthland, who was tapped by Rep. Jeanne Ives (R-Wheaton) to be her running mate in her bid to unseat Gov. Bruce Rauner, said Ives is starting to elevate Illinois by doing some of the things Rauner promised, but never saw fit to follow through on.
State Rep. Jeanne Ives (R-Wheaton) is demanding answers – answers about what moved Gov. Bruce Rauner to suddenly terminate top attorney Dennis Murashko and have him immediately escorted from his office in the Chicago.