Illinois state Rep. Dan Caulkins (R-Decatur) opposes Senate Bill 1784 on the basis that the legislation would hurt workers opposed to paying union dues and grant the unions greater access to employees' personal information, all while curtailing their rights to free speech.
Illinois state Sen. Sue Rezin (R-Morris) was recently given reason to feel optimistic about the state’s long-term future after hosting nearly 50 high school students from the 38th District as part of her annual Youth Advisory Council.
Jeanne Ives is not surprised to hear that Illinois House Speaker Mike Madigan (D-Chicago) may be at the heart of a widening public corruption probe centered on Commonwealth Edison's lobbying practices.
The Illinois Republican Party points to the recent raid on the home and offices of longtime state Sen. Martin Sandoval (D-Chicago) as an illustration of just how far the state's Democrats are willing to go to impose their will.
With regard to Planned Parenthood's behemoth abortion facility that was built in secrecy near the southern Illinois-Missouri state line, leaders at the Thomas More Society insist they’ve seen this kind of thing before.
Illinois state Rep. Lance Yednock (D-Ottawa) was among a group of Democratic legislators who recently rejected a motion by Rep. Deanne Mazzochi (R-Elmhurst) that aimed to “end systemic conflicts of interest” in the state's broken property tax system.
Illinois state Rep. Dan Caulkins (R-Decatur) sees a certain profile emerging among the lawmakers who have recently had their offices raided by federal authorities as part of an ongoing crackdown on local corruption.