Pritzker told the Sun-Times he’ll focus on moving past the “damage” incurred by former Republican Gov. Bruce Rauner.
Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker is among those who think only an incompetent boob would work for $148,000 a year.
Whether many of the committee’s recommendations will pass political muster — even with Democrats in charge in Springfield — is another story.
“It’s a smooth a process, just like going to the pharmacy to pick up my pain pills,” said Tashena Altman, one of the new program’s first patients.
Gonzales’ lawyer, former Republican Cook County Commissioner Tony Peraica, was able to ask Madigan plenty of questions.
Rauner said the revelation shouldn’t come as news to anyone. “This stuff is common knowledge in the business community.”
The acting director of the Illinois Department of Children and Family Services says she’s stepping down next month.
Overall, Pritzker’s campaign committee spent $173.1 million since its formation in March of 2017.
Pritzker signed the executive order at a Planned Parenthood of Illinois office, while also commemorating the 46th anniversary of Roe v. Wade.
The gun dealer licensing bill takes aim at gun shops that sell guns, only to have the buyer turn around and re-sell them to gang members.
Pritzker on Tuesday said the state will initiate the process of restoring the salary steps to employees whose advances had been frozen since 2015.
After taking the oath of office Monday, Pritzker says he’ll work to get rid of hyper-partisanship, balance a budget and give the middle class a break.
“The wait time is just ridiculous,” said Debbie Keating, who suffers from a terminal illness and has been waiting for a pot card for over two months.
Thirteen of the 30 clemency requests were granted to Cook County inmates, mostly for people convicted on drug, burglary, theft or fraud charges.
Just as President Trump is holding the federal government hostage over the wall, former Gov. Rauner refused to approve a state budget for two years.