Sunday, September 25, 2022

Justice Anne Burke, and Reforms at Cook Co Juvenile Justice

From the City Club of Chicago:  Illinois Supreme Court Justice Anne Burke, moderates a panel discussion on the Cook County Juvenile Justice System, and...

Gov Rauner and Republican lawmakers on the “Utter Failure” to Pass...

From the State Capitol:  On the last day of the spring legislative session, when no budget was passed, Gov Rauner is joined by Republican...

Setting State Standards for Disciplining Elementary & High School Students

From the State Capitol:  We talk with Rep Will Davis (D) who was the House sponsor of SB-100, that passed in 2015, but which...

Rep Tim Butler (R) on Impact of No Budget on Higher...

From the State Capitol:  Rep Tim Butler talks about the end of the spring session of the legislature, and the impact on higher education...

EXCELON ANNOUNCES IT’S INTENTION TO CLOSE ITS QUAD CITIES AND CLINTON...

  Press Statement from Excelon, CHICAGO (June 2, 2016) — Exelon Corporation today announced it will move forward to shut down the Clinton and Quad Cities nuclear...

BUDGET DEAL DOUBTFUL

May 30 - From the State Capitol: With one day left to go in the regular Spring Session of the legislature, and a pending...

House Floor Debate on SB 2048, the Speaker’s $40 Billion Budget

From the State Capitol: House debate on a $40 Billion state budget, that was unknown until about one hour before it was brought to...

AFL – CIO and the Illinois Trial Lawyers on Workers’ Compensation

From the State Capitol: AFL-CIO President Michael Carrigan, and Illinois Trial Lawyers President, Perry Browder, are joined by others as they discuss the Workers Compensation...

Comptroller Leslie Munger (R) on Illinois’ Growing Debt

From Peoria: Comptroller Leslie Munger, who is seeking election to the Comptroller's office she was appointed to in January 2015, addresses delegates at the...

Gov Rauner, Legislative Leaders, and Business Leaders Discuss the Need for...

From the Gov's Office at the State Capitol:  Gov Rauner is joined by the Republican legislative leaders, and several leaders of business organizations, as...

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Historian Mark DePue: Preserving Illinois’ Oral History

From the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library:  We talk with historian and fmr military officer, Mark DePue on his work of conducting indepth oral history...

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