Illinois State Rep. Dan Ugaste (R-Geneva) is convinced the Illinois Senate’s unanimous passage of a bill requiring all new state workers to reside within the boundaries of the state screams desperation.
Illinois Republican Party Chairman Tim Schneider finds it difficult to seriously consider Gov. J.B. Pritzker's graduated income tax-hike proposal, given the source of the plan's own history of personal finance.
Illinois State Rifle Association (ISRA) Executive Director Richard Pearson recently took time to salute members for taking part in the latest Illinois Gun Owner Lobby Day (IGOLD), including 91-year-old member Joyce Lindelof.
Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker has a lot more work ahead of him than just getting his much-promoted graduated income tax proposal across the finish line, according to at least one organization that is fearful about the state's future.
Now a top political consultant, Chris Robling says he considered longtime friend and mentor Don Totten one of the “immortals, a mythical figure” of conservative Republican politics in Illinois when Robling was starting out in the early 1980s.
Several Republican members of the Illinois House spoke out in opposition of Gov. J.B. Prtizker's graduated income tax hike proposal on Tuesday, affirming the party's collective disapproval of the plan.
While lawmakers and industry experts agree that legislation is needed to drive interest in Illinois manufacturing careers, the impact of the governor’s progressive-tax proposal on the state’s economy stands to threaten whatever forward momentum can be achieved.
Illinois House leaders held a Drug Affordability and Accessibility Committee hearing last week to discuss a package of four pending bills that could change the landscape of prescription drug pricing throughout the state.
Chicago attorney Shorge Sato is not convinced that mayoral candidate Lori Lightfoot’s plan to tax large law and accounting firms as a way of generating funds for the cash-strapped city is the best idea.