State lawmakers could make a fresh effort to bring about additional changes to how complaints against state lawmakers are handled in Springfield.
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After two days of political rallies, state lawmakers from opposite sides of the aisle were either basking in the glow of legislative victories…
A woman who has pushed lawmakers to address problems with harassment in state government wants the governor to use his veto power to change on…
It's not out of the ordinary for Illinois lawmakers to propose a lot of new laws.
Secretary of State Police temporarily closed access to the state capitol Wednesday as anti-abortion groups filled the hallways in a bid to stop lawmakers from moving forward with several bills that would change abortion laws in Illinois.
A state Senator wants single-occupancy restrooms throughout the state in schools and businesses with public accommodations to have a gender-neutral sign.
Gov. Bruce Rauner signed a reform measure into law Friday to change how ethics complaints are handled within state government amid continued fallout from sexual harassment allegations, including the ouster this week of Tim Mapes, House Speaker Michael Madigan’s chief of staff.
Republican Senators at the Illinois statehouse want to block any move to change the state’s constitution for a progressive income tax.
Illinois’ sweeping new harassment laws exclude the organizations that put the lawmakers in the position to pass the new rules.
Leaders from both sides of the aisle, even members inside the Republican Party, have differing opinions on Gov. Bruce Rauner’s State of the State speech.