The Illinois Republican Party is releasing a series of digital attacks on House Speaker Michael Madigan (D-Chicago) for what the group describes as his failure to enact reforms and his work to make Illinoisans pay even more taxes.
J.B. Pritzker finds enough loopholes in the law to push a mansion through, the Illinois Republican Party suggested recently, calling out the Democratic gubernatorial candidate for a "laughable excuse" when it came to paying property taxes.
Illinois has an incredible abundance of redundant local government that is primarily focused on administrative salaries rather than benefiting taxpayers in any meaningful way, Jose Sanchez told a House Committee of the Whole before the end of the spring legislative session.
Republicans who stepped in to help Democrats pass Illinois' first full budget in two years only ended up hurting their party, Tom Morrison, (R-Palatine) told Dan Proft and guest host Kristen McQueary of "Chicago’s Morning Answer" radio show recently.
House Speaker Michael Madigan is already using his political muscle to manhandle the AFL-CIO into supporting billionaire J.B. Pritzker in the 2018 gubernatorial race, the Illinois Republican Party said recently.
Life insurers would be required to attempt to locate the beneficiaries of unclaimed policies from as far back as 1996 under a bill that passed the General Assembly at the conclusion of the spring legislative session and now awaits Gov. Bruce Rauner's approval.
Giving Auditor General Frank Mautino a slap on the wrist rather than handcuffs around them proves where the Illinois State Board of Elections (SBE) puts its priorities, a government oversight group argued recently.
Illinois’ economy will take decades to recover from the state’s current pension and workers’ compensation obligations, to say nothing of the debts continually being added because of a significant lack of reform, according to a blistering analysis from Chicago attorney Eugene Keefe.