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Read the full text of a document released by Kevin Quinn, accused sexual harasser and former aide to House Speaker Michael Madigan (D-Chicago).
Sixteen Republican state representatives stood to oppose a progressive income tax.
A heated debate over drones May 25 had the full attention of the House, with almost a dozen Republican lawmakers arguing the proposal.
Before giving their nod, two GOP lawmakers wanted to know about offering more authority to the Cook County Pension Fund.
Extending term limits for the Metropolitan Pier and Exposition Authority board is a bad idea, according to three Republican lawmakers.
Technology is at the top of Rep. David Harris's (R-Arlington Heights) something good about Illinois list.
A Democrat's demand for the federal government to bring a better infrastructure plan to the table did not go over well with two Republican lawmakers.
Godspeed Sen. John McCain (R-AZ).
Loyola-Chicago Ramblers Chaplain Sister Jean Dolores Schmidt led the House in prayer before debate began on May 9.
"I urge members of the Illinois House of Representatives to vote in favor of SJRCA 4.
A bill that would erase marijuana possession convictions from criminal records was rejected recently in the House.
Illinois' billion-dollar pension debt could rise by millions if two Democrats' pension bills are approved by the Senate and Gov. Bruce Rauner.
A Democrat-sponsored pension bill that barely passed a committee would raise Illinois's billion-dollar retirement debt amid Republican concerns.
Illinois' budget being depleted deleted daily by the pension crisis had Republicans seriously questioning Democratic-sponsored retirement legislation.
Ammie Kessem thinks Democratic gubernatorial candidate J.B. Pritzker has some explaining to do.
Rep. Robert Martwick (D-Chicago) is facing allegations of attempting to bully critics from the 19th District by posting information about them online.
Amanda Biela, a former Chicago schoolteacher, is taking on establishment politics in her GOP primary bid for the seat held by longtime Rep. John D'Amico (D-Chicago) with a platform that includes tax relief for Illinois families.
House Veterans Affairs Committee Minority Spokesperson Rep. Michael McAuliffe (R-Chicago) wanted all the facts at the joint Illinois House-Senate Veterans' Affairs Committee hearing on Tuesday.
Amanda Biela is running against Rep. John D’Amico (D-Chicago) in Illinois House District 15, and one of the things that she has heard from constituents is that property taxes are a problem.
Illinois' long-vacant legislative inspector general (LIG) office, suddenly filled earlier this month after a sexual harassment scandal bloomed in Springfield, could contribute to state liability for lawmaker's misconduct, a Chicago-based attorney said during a recent interview.