Illinois Medicaid Reform On Fast TrackMedicaid reform is on a fast track at the state Capitol, where it won a unanimous vote in the Senate today.
Teachers' Unions Present Reform PlanThe state’s teachers’ unions are offering a counter-proposal for education reform, and this one demands more accountability from administrators and school boards.
State Paying Out Interest On Unpaid BillsHuman services agencies across the state, and scores of other vendors, are getting checks from state government.
Experienced Drivers More Dangerous DrunkInexperienced drivers are not the only ones who engage in risky drinking and driving behavior.
Illinoisans Need Improvement For HealthA checkup on the health of Illinoisans shows adults have a lot of work to do.
Altered Dry-Cleaning Labels Could Be DangerousThe Illinois State Fire Marshal’s office is warning fire departments about altered labels on dry-cleaning equipment that could lead to an explosion.
Website Promotes Illinois Agribusiness Gift ProductsThe state of Illinois is touting some 200 Illinois food companies hoping holiday shoppers will find something tempting for holiday eating or gift giving.
Lawmaker Wants To Ban Boozy Energy Drinks In IllinoisFive other states have banned them. Now, alcohol energy drinks could be off the market in here too.
Bill Would Lift Smoking Ban For CasinosState lawmakers are again considering an exemption to the Smoke-Free Illinois Act for casinos.
New Site Makes It Easier To Follow The Campaign MoneySite touted as user friendly to find out who’s donating lots of campaign cash to whom.
Gov. Candidates Trade Accusations In DebateSparring over jobs, union deal.