Nobody should be fooled. And nobody should allow the mud to become an excuse for failing to do what’s best for Illinois.
Pritzker will be a guest of the Wall Street Journal at the black-tie dinner on Saturday, the governor’s office said.
While some have looked to slow the pace of the city’s progress, Chicago should embrace and continue to support such investment in new development.
One critic called the pipe replacement program a “poorly-designed, mismanaged, bad deal” — but People’s Gas called it necessary for public safety.
An attorney for the Pritzkers said: “We are confident that any further review of the matter will show that the appropriate rules were followed.”
“I was right two years ago when I called for his impeachment, and I’m right today. I’m sticking by that,” Pritzker told the Sun-Times.
With nearly half of income-taxing states not charging higher rates to the wealthy, it’s clear the ad’s claim is off base.
“How can you have all of this but not the thing that this festival is about?” one miffed attendee asked.
This could turn out to be the busiest and most consequential final month of session I’ve ever seen.
The Illinois Tollway on Thursday named Jose Alvarez, the former CEO of the Chicago Housing Authority, as its executive director.
Emanuel, in the waning days of his last mayoral term, showered compliments on Democratic Gov. J.B. Pritzker for his “92 days” in office.
Chicago is far from the nation’s leader in reducing teen smoking. At least nine other major school districts or counties came out ahead.
Gov. J.B. Pritzker on Friday signed into law a bill that prohibits local governments from enacting so-called “right-to-work” laws.
The Pritzker/Madigan Jobs Tax, as proposed, would cost Illinois 30,400 jobs and $11.2 billion in lost economic activity.
The Chicago Democrat hopes to get a recreational marijuana bill passed before the end of the spring legislative session — some seven weeks away.