For accidents causing bodily harm, the penalty will raise from $75 to $1,000 and include a year-long license suspension.
The Illinois Senate passed a bill to pave the way for personal robots
State Sen. Patricia Van Pelt was offering paid cannabis investment seminars and leading a company that intends to obtain licenses to grow and sell marijuana while she was named a co-sponsor of the bill to legalize the drug statewide.
Umbrella agency for the CTA, Metra and Pace to lobby for more state money before capital plan is finalized.
A Moody’s report on Monday found all U.S. states are either strongly prepared or somewhat prepared for a recession. That is except Illinois and New Jersey.
The poll comes with less than two weeks to go before the end of the legislative session — and two weeks after an anti-legalization poll showed different results.
A long-awaited capital plan was unveiled to key legislators Friday.
Pro-pot legislators are still hoping to pass a bill legalizing recreational marijuana by the end of the month, but they are heading back to the negotiating table in hopes of stubbing out a flurry of objections.
The cruise company, once owned by Pritzker, told Billy Dean he no longer had a job with the company, a week after Pritzker sold it.
The review evaluated the state's Intact Family Services. About 85% of those cases are handled by private companies, with the rest by the state.
A question about Scott's Law would also be included in a written question on the driver's license test, should the legislation pass.
"Since 2015, 2,600 people have died just in Chicago from drug-overdoses and only one case has resulted in a drug-induced homicide case..."
An attorney for the Pritzkers said: "We are confident that any further review of the matter will show that the appropriate rules were followed."
Parents groups and incoming aldermen on Monday urged passage of a measure that would enact an elected school board in Chicago.
Cassidy sent us an email promising an aide would "share the studies out of Colorado," but nothing arrived as of our deadline.
Illinois has a Safe Haven Law that lets a person leave a newborn at a fire station, hospital or police station. But do kids know that?