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SPRINGFIELD – Republicans in the Illinois House on Thursday unveiled a single charge they hope to bring against Democratic House Speaker Michael Madigan, accusing him of “conduct unbecoming to a legislator or which constitutes a breach of public trust.” more
SPRINGFIELD – A broad-ranging bill creating a limited oversight panel of the governor’s Restore Illinois plan among other measures passed both chambers of the Illinois General Assembly on Saturday night after its two most controversial provisions were removed in the House. more
SPRINGFIELD — Secretary of State Jesse White is hosting a virtual National Minority Donor Awareness Month “Wave Away the Waiting” to promote organ/tissue donation for multicultural communities at www.LifeGoesOn.com. more
SPRINGFIELD – Will and Kankakee Counties must lower their rolling COVID-19 test positivity rate by about one more percentage point before restrictions on economic activity can be lifted, Gov. JB Pritzker announced Thursday at a COVID-19 update in Chicago. more
SPRINGFIELD — The General Assembly on Saturday approved adjustments to the tax framework of an expected Chicago casino because its success benefits the whole state, lawmakers from both parties said. more
SPRINGFIELD — A measure allowing bars and restaurants to serve cocktails to go passed the Illinois Senate unanimously Saturday. more
SPRINGFIELD – The Illinois Housing Development Authority is now accepting applications for grants to address vacant and abandoned housing throughout the state. more
SPRINGFIELD – On Friday, September 25, as part of National Preparedness Month, the Illinois Emergency Management Agency (IEMA) and public safety officials throughout the state will participate in “If You See Something, Say Something” Awareness Day. The goal of this event is to inspire, empower and educate the public about the importance of reporting suspicious activity. more
SPRINGFIELD — A pair of health care bills expanding telehealth resources during the COVID-19 pandemic passed the Illinois House of Representatives on Saturday – with one passing the Senate and the other not being taken up as lawmakers wrapped up their emergency special session. more
CHICAGO — In recognition of Child Passenger Safety Week, the Illinois Department of Transportation is reminding parents and caregivers that state law requires children to ride in a child safety seat until age 8 and rear-facing until age 2. Proper restraint in a car or booster seat is the best way to protect a child from serious injury or death in the event of a crash. more
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