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Monday, June 24, 2019
For one member of the Naperville Unit Education Association, the ability to opt out once the U.S. Supreme Court made the choice possible couldn’t come soon enough.
State Sen. Jim Oberweis (R-North Aurora) recently announced in a statement he is "exploring a bid" for the 2020 Republican nomination in for the 14th District U.S. House seat.
A bombshell new report that soon-to-be ex-Gov. Bruce Rauner bailed out on his reelection campaign has some Republicans fuming.
Incumbent Gov. Bruce Rauner conceded defeat Tuesday night as Democrat J.B. Pritzker claimed the governorship of Illinois, capturing 59 percent of the vote to Rauner’s 35 percent.
Nick Stella, the Republican candidate for the 11th U.S. Congressional District, had his Facebook page deactivated over an apparent case of copyright infringement.
House Speaker Mike Madigan has provided a combined $15 million in funding to dozens of state representatives currently holding office, the Illinois Policy Institute (IPI) reports.
Illinois ranks fourth nationwide in terms of outmigration, according to recent data from Stevens Worldwide Van Lines.
The U.S. Supreme Court's ruling this weak overturning a decades-old decision allowing unions to charge non-members for lobbying seems to belong a world away, ideologically, from the one in 1977 that said such fees were constitutional.