For the first time in years, Illinois will start its new fiscal year with a full year’s budget in place. Governor Bruce Rauner has signed the spending plan approved
It’s now up to Governor Bruce Rauner to decide if the legal age to possess or use tobacco in Illinois should be raised to 21. After that bill failed
One potential roadblock to a state budget is a growing movement among some conservative lawmakers to demand the elimination of any money for taxpayer-funded abortions.
A number of Sangamon County projects are included in an $11 billion road plan for the next five years rolled out Tuesday by Governor Bruce Rauner.
Governor Bruce Rauner is expressing support for a death penalty proposal that goes even farther than his original proposal of just a couple of weeks ago.
In addition to “buckle up” and “don’t drink and drive,” here’s another reminder for you heading into a long holiday weekend: move over.
Illinois’s first couple has moved back in to the Governor’s Mansion. Bruce and Diana Rauner lugged some of their own boxes into the 163-year-old mansion after being forced out
The death penalty could be back in Illinois for mass murderers and cop killers under an amendatory veto from Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner.
Governor Bruce Rauner is pushing legislation that would dramatically increase penalties for various acts of public corruption by elected officials or government employees.
Springfield school superintendent Jennifer Gill and other educators say schools and property taxpayers will suffer if the state goes ahead with Governor Bruce Rauner’s plan for a so-called “pension