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Wednesday, June 26, 2019
A Democratic bill that would mandate changes to the way mental health is taught in Illinois has attracted nine co-sponsors and is poised for a third reading in the General Assembly.
Naperville Councilman Kevin Coyne says he has had about enough of his hometown's state representative, Anne Stava-Murray, who is a Democrat.
Kim Zoeller wishes lawmakers in Springfield doggedly pushing for a minimum wage increase would see the same big picture she does.
Rep. Grant Wehrli (R-Naperville) spoke out in opposition to a bill that would raise the minimum wage in Illinois on Wednesday during a House Labor and Commerce Committee hearing.
Greg Baise is desperately trying to make sense of all the tax madness.
Jeanne Ives, a Republican and former state representative from Wheaton, frets over the way she thinks former Gov. Bruce Rauner spent his final hours in Springfield guided by personal feelings rather than sound politics.
Former Rep. Jeanne Ives, a Republican of Wheaton, can barely count all the ways she stands in such stark opposition to the passage of Senate Bill 3531 during the legislature’s lame duck session.
Babette Holder argues what made Jeanne Ives so special as a state representative that she never fit the mold.
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