Governor Pat Quinn
Governor Quinn still isn’t saying whether he’ll sign the medical marijuana bill, reports WBBM’s Veronica Carter.
Quinn said Senate Bill 9 would undermine electric utility oversight and lead to higher bills.
Governor Quinn says UNO has built some impressive schools but if there are questions about how those schools were built he has to take action.
The bill sponsored by Sugar Grove State Senator Jim Oberweis would hike the speed limit to 70 miles-per-hour. In most counties, it is now 65.
Governor Quinn has declared flood disasters in four additional Illinois counties. WBBM’s Bob Roberts reports that the work of assessing damage is still far from over.
More than four years after remnants of Hurricane Ike dumped several inches of rain across parts of Illinois, 4.6 million dollars in recovery aid helped rebuild a road in Pullman.
The head of the state’s Veterans’ Affairs Department want people to send holiday cards.
Gov. Pat Quinn is asking for Illinois to be designated a drought disaster area.
Governor Pat Quinn put his signature on a bill that requires the public spotlight on the details of corporate tax breaks as soon as they are completed.
A new state law signed Wednesday by Gov. Pat Quinn live inside The 670 The Score studios is intended to protect young people and to prevent a sex abuse scandal in Illinois.
Chicago might have become more attractive to trade shows and conventions.
Witnesses describe an expletive-filled phone call to Gov. Pat Quinn over how the governor has dealt with casino gambling and pension reform.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel on Monday used the example of a big sinkhole that swallowed a car on Saturday to make a point about the need for a Chicago casino – a not-so-subtle shot at Gov. Pat Quinn’s reluctance to sign a bill that would allow for a major expansion of gambling in Illinois.
Governor Pat Quinn says the only way he see’s regional school superintendents getting paid is at the local level.
The recent abolishment of the death penalty in Illinois has also left some standing in the unemployment line.
Earlier this month the General Assembly voted to abolish the death penalty. But Gov. Quinn has yet to sign the legislation.
Chinese President Hu Jintao arrived in Chicago Thursday night for a two-day visit and had high praise for Mayor Daley.
The mayor says a plan to change the pension benefit structure for police and fire personnel will end up slamming taxpayers.
CHICAGO (WBBM) – Governor Pat Quinn is shooting for the environmental “green” rather than the “green” that is expected if gambling is expanded in the state.