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  • Endorsements for Aaron Schock's former seat

    Endorsements for Aaron Schock's former seat
    In a brief letter released March 17, then-U.S. Rep. Aaron Schock of Peoria announced he would resign amid questions about whether he misspent taxpayer and campaign money and violated congressional ethics rules. A federal grand jury in Springfield has been...
  • Illinois auditor general to retire at year's end

    Illinois auditor general to retire at year's end
    William Holland, who over nearly a quarter-century developed a reputation for fairness and nonpartisanship as the state's auditor general, announced Wednesday that he would resign at the end of the year. "I view the office of auditor general as one of...
  • Rauner's limits on big-dollar lawsuit awards blocked by Democrats

    Rauner's limits on big-dollar lawsuit awards blocked by Democrats
    Senate Democrats on Thursday continued to shoot down Republican Gov. Bruce Rauner’s agenda, this time defeating a measure that sought to limit expensive payouts in lawsuits. It was the second time in two days that Senate Democrats blocked a...
  • $34 million controlled by Rauner, allies looms over legislative session

    $34 million controlled by Rauner, allies looms over legislative session
    As state lawmakers find themselves in their typical late May posture of trying to pass a budget, a new political dynamic hovers over the proceedings: more than $34 million in campaign cash under the control of Republican Gov. Bruce Rauner and his allies....
  • Rauner agenda unveiled, splits Democrats and Republicans

    Rauner agenda unveiled, splits Democrats and Republicans
    As Republican Gov. Bruce Rauner formally unveiled his legislative agenda Friday, supportive GOP lawmakers and opposing Democrats who control the legislature took hard-line positions, foretelling what is expected to be a contentious and lengthy overtime...
  • The property tax con game in Illinois

    The property tax con game in Illinois
    Politicians who sit in our state Capitol assume that voters are idiots. That's why Republicans and Democrats alike will tell you they're against increasing the property tax and the other party is not. To understand what's going on here, simply...
  • Illinois House Democrats craft their own budget plan

     Illinois House Democrats craft their own budget plan
    House Democrats say they're working behind the scenes to draw up their own budget plan they hope can pass before a May 31 deadline as Republican legislative leaders complained Tuesday that their counterparts across the aisle are failing to "seriously...
  • Rauner doling out campaign cash in final weeks of session

    Rauner doling out campaign cash in final weeks of session
    Republican Gov. Bruce Rauner is hoping to put forth a united front heading into the final, frenzied days of session with the help of his swollen campaign fund. Rauner, whose campaign fund held more than $20.5 million to help supportive Republicans and...
  • Murky mess at Illinois Capitol as higher stakes loom

    Murky mess at Illinois Capitol as higher stakes loom
    Gov. Bruce Rauner on Thursday admitted he's not sure his plan to cut government worker pension costs is legal and suggested legislators may need to pass a bunch of laws to see what sticks. Rauner also indicated he's "taken a number of things off the...
  • Homer Glen trustees again back new lighting rules

    Homer Glen trustees again back new lighting rules
    The Homer Glen Village Board on Wednesday voted unanimously to override former Mayor Jim Daley's veto of changes to the lighting ordinance designed to reduce glaring and misdirected light and save on energy. The revised ordinance, approved by trustees...
  • Western Springs could lose red-light cameras

    Western Springs could lose red-light cameras
    Legislation has passed the Illinois House that would pull red-light cameras from all nonhome-rule communities — including Western Springs — beginning in 2017. Village President William Rodeghier said he believes the cameras along Wolf Road...