Saturday, October 19, 2019

Nurses Seek Limits on Number of Assigned Patients

State Capitol - The Illinois Nurses Assn, say they need the state to make it clear in the law that nurses...

AARP CALLS FOR TAX CREDITS FOR CAREGIVERS & REFORMS OF NURSING...

  State Capitol, March 6, 2019 -- Family caregivers could get a $1500 tax credit on incomes up to $75,000 under a bill...

Senate Hearing in Edwardsville Hears of the Need for a Capital...

Edwardsville -- Senators hear from university and college Presidents, and others, on the need to pass a Capital bill. In testimony,...

House Republicans Launch Opposition to Gov Pritzker’s Call for a Progressive...

State Capitol, February 27, 2019 -- Passing a constitutional amendment to allow the state to tax higher income earners at a higher...

Bipartisan Group of Lawmakers Speak on the Sterigenics Emissions

State Capitol -- A firm in Willowbrook, "Sterigenics" which uses a process to sterilize items for hospitals, was ordered to be...

Senate Hears Bonding Needs as Work Toward a Capital Bill Begins...

State Capitol, February 21, 2019 - In her first hearing before the Senate Subcmte on Capital, Alexis Strum, the Director of the...

$15 an Hour Minimum Wage Law, Pritzker’s Fait Accompli !

From the Governor's Mansion in Springfield, February 19, 2019 - Surrounded by supporters in the legislature, and members of SEIU who...

Illinois House Members Debate SB-1, the bill to increase Minimum Wage...

House Chamber, February 14, 2019 - As the House sponsor, Rep Will Guzzardi sponsors SB-1, the bill to increase the minimum...

Downstate Business Owners: $15 Minimum Wage Will Crush Us

State Capitol, February 11, 2019 -- Rob Karr, of the Illinois Retail Merchants Assn, is joined by business owners from...

Gov and Democratic Lawmakers Remark Following $15 Minimum Wage Passage in...

Governor's Office, February 7, 2019 -- Gov Pritzker is joined by Senate and House members in his office, following the Illinois...