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  • A deep breath, then back to work

    A deep breath, then back to work
    The last few weeks showcased the Illinois General Assembly at its best and worst. Lawmakers plotted a course — and summoned the courage — to rescue Medicaid. They began the process of closing underused state institutions, passed a bill to...
  • State pension talks stalled

    State pension talks stalled
    Progress on pension reform proved elusive Wednesday as Democratic and Republican legislative leaders huddled with Gov. Pat Quinn to try to reach consensus on how to reform the state's vastly underfunded employee retirement systems. The nearly two-hour,...
  • Illinois Supreme Court rejects Republican remap challenge

    Illinois Supreme Court rejects Republican remap challenge
    The Illinois Supreme Court today rejected a Republican challenge to have the state’s new Democratic-drawn legislative map tossed as unconstitutional. The remap challenge was decided on a 4-3 party-line decision. In February, House Republican...
  • Quinn not optimistic about hitting deadline for pension reform

    Quinn not optimistic about hitting deadline for pension reform
    Gov. Pat Quinn acknowledged Monday what most others in state government have said for weeks: It's unlikely that he and legislative leaders will strike a deal on public employee pension reform by his June 30 deadline. While Quinn said he's still pushing...
  • Quinn signs bill requiring retirees to pay part of health insurance

    Quinn signs bill requiring retirees to pay part of health insurance
    Gov. Pat Quinn today approved legislation requiring thousands of retired state employees to chip in on the costs of health care insurance that many of them get for little or nothing. The law attempts to rein in the state’s rising costs but also...
  • Quinn, lawmakers hung up on pension reform

    Quinn, lawmakers hung up on pension reform
    Negotiations between Gov. Pat Quinn and legislative leaders about public employee pension reform hit another roadblock Thursday, with talks morphing from a discussion about retirement benefits to education funding equality in Illinois. The issues...
  • Fore!

    Fore!
    When lawmakers fled Springfield on May 31 without fixing the state's pension crisis, Gov. Pat Quinn said he would bring them back "as soon as possible" to vote on a solution. One week. Two weeks. Three weeks. Four weeks and counting. The leaders are...
  • Water reclamation pension peace could be blueprint for state

    Water reclamation pension peace could be blueprint for state
    The state's top politicians still can't reach agreement on how to fix Illinois' woefully out-of-whack public employee pension system, but there's an approach to the issue that both Democrats and Republicans have hailed as a model to follow. There's...
  • Democratic leaders: We held onto state House, Senate

    Democratic leaders: We held onto state House, Senate
    Democrats boosted their already strong majorities in the state House and Senate on Tuesday, taking advantage of new legislative boundaries they drew over the protests of frustrated Republicans. House Speaker Michael Madigan and Senate President John...
  • Republican Sen. Christine Radogno will continue in post for 2 more years

    Republican Sen. Christine Radogno will continue in post for 2 more years
    Republican Sen. Christine Radogno of Lemont survived a challenge Wednesday night and will continue as Senate GOP leader for two more years. Senate Republicans lost five seats in this month's election, dropping their numbers to 19, compared to 40...
  • Illinois driver's licenses for illegal immigrants measure advances

    Illinois driver's licenses for illegal immigrants measure advances
    As many as 250,000 illegal immigrants would be able to get a special driver's license in Illinois under legislation that advanced in the Senate today. Senate President John Cullerton, D-Chicago, maintained the bill is needed to make Illinois roads...