Send HB 40, an abortion bill, to Gov. Bruce Rauner. Governor, sign the bill.
We do not need to add extra costs with morally controversial initiatives at a time when our state struggles with a severe debt crisis.
OPINION: The Welcoming City ordinance that is supposed to keep immigrants safe is filled with loopholes.
Illinois still has the worst pension debt in the nation.
As expected, crossbows are legal in Illinois for archery hunting seasons, in time for the opening of archery deer and turkey on Oct. 1.
If Illinois is going to borrow big, it had better pay back big for taxpayers.
Several weeks ago, it became crystal clear that partisan rancor finally had to be put aside for the sake of far more important priorities.
Rauner is on shaky ground with this one, without sufficient justification for putting bosses ahead of workers.
The tax credit means that thousands of children and families who want more from their schools can afford it.
Off the record, people who support this school funding reform bill admit it lacks the money necessary to bring about substantive change.
Illinois women should be able to make their own personal decisions about their own reproductive rights.
The proposed changes will be expensive and the claim of additional park land being created is dubious.
A deal close to being finalized in Springfield would finally give more of the state’s education money to kids who need it most.
Downstate jails often have fewer resources to deal with the mentally ill than Cook County, which has become Illinois’ largest mental institution.