(The Center Square) – The Illinois legislature has canceled its upcoming session because of concerns over the COVID-19 outbreak, which was dec…
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In the aftermath of longtime Chicago Alderman Ed Burke's extortion indictment for allegedly using his elected position to steer business to his law firm, there are new calls to control who can practice property tax appeals, but not everyone thinks that’s a good idea.
The best journalists are the ones who ask tough but fair questions.
The longtime spokesman for House Speaker Michael Madigan said Monday that comments the speaker made regarding two capitol reporters could be considered intimidation if the reporters “want them to be.”
Gov. Bruce Rauner said Monday that budget talks have been “frustratingly slow" ahead of a deadline to pass a spending plan with simple majorities.
The state representative alleging House Speaker Madigan wanted campaign donations in exchange for advancing legislation doesn’t think anything would come from a complaint to the Legislative Inspector General.
An expert on fraud and corruption says there’s enough to quid-pro-quo claims against House Speaker Michael Madigan to warrant a special counsel investigation.
A former girlfriend of state Rep. Bob Rita says her late father pleaded with House Speaker Michael Madigan to intervene in the dispute, but that it was met with deaf ears.
A Democratic candidate for Illinois attorney general claims the powerful House Speaker solicited campaign dollars in exchange for advancing legislation.