There were five offenders convicted of financial crimes or fraud released on parole in Aurora during the first quarter, according to Illinois Department of Corrections data obtained by the DuPage Policy Journal.
Rep. Amy Grant (R-42) sponsored eight bills in the first quarter of 2019, 28 less than the average Illinois state representative, and was added as a co-sponsor on 42 bills, 17 less than the average, according to a DuPage Policy Journal analysis of data made available by the Illinois General Assembly.
Continuing her fight to protect women’s access to reproductive health care, state Rep. Diane Pappas, D-Itasca, recently met with her Women’s Advisory Panel to provide a legislative update to committee members and get their feedback on what more can be done to empower women and increase access to healthcare services.
Seniors who are pressured into signing contracts by unscrupulous contractors and home repair scammers would have up to 15 days to cancel under a measure passed by state Rep. Terra Costa Howard, D-Glen Ellyn.
Jim Oberweis (R – Sugar Grove) has announced the initial list of citizens, elected officials, Republican Party activists and organizations that are endorsing his campaign for the Republican nomination to the United States Congress in the 14th District.