Illinois businesses and non-profits will no longer be charged a fee for electronically filing paperwork with the Illinois Secretary of State's office, according to a press release from Rep. Peter Breen (R-Lombard).
Racism and white supremacists are not welcome in Illinois in any shape or form, Rep. Peter Breen (R-Lombard) said on Wednesday in joining his House colleagues' condemnation of hate groups such as neo-Nazis and the Ku Klux Klan.
Rep. Peter Breen (R-Lombard) will lead the GOP on the House floor, succeeding Steven Andersson (R-Geneva), who was asked to step down after voting with Democrats to override vetoes by Gov. Bruce Rauner on state budget measures.
A $5.4 billion tax hike bill is a “blackmail budget” that offers no reforms to get Illinois out of its deep troubles, Rep. Peter Breen (R-Lombard) told the House on Sunday before the chamber passed Senate Bill 9, which would increase state tax rates by 33 percent.
Rep. Peter Breen (R-Lombard) described Monday's passage of Senate Bill 1446 as a hypocritical move by Democrats to make it harder for Gov. Bruce Rauner to use managed care systems for some Medicaid recipients.
Calling it "one of the stupidest bills up to that point to come up in the General Assembly," Rep. Peter Breen (R-Lombard) lashed out at supporters of House Bill 2462, arguing that they knew little about its potential effects.
A bill to provide 5G internet for cell phones and tablets by installing small cell facilities in municipalities throughout Illinois failed in the House on Wednesday despite vigorous endorsement by Rep. Peter Breen (R-Lombard), who argued that it would bring money and jobs to the state.
Illinois has been held down under the burden of bad financial choices, and it's going to take the state to come together to lift it back to greatness, Rep. Peter Breen (R-Lombard) recently said in a press release.
Among registered voters, private sector taxpayers outnumber state and local public sector workers and pensioners nearly 20 to one in the 48th Illinois House district, according to a DuPage Policy Journal analysis.