As people focus on their tax returns this weekend, two politically opposed budget watchdogs are differing strongly about the role taxes are playing in Illinois’ financial problems right now.
The Illinois State Senate has passed a bill attempting to make things easier for more sellers.
Tough cemetery regulations imposed last year after the Burr Oak scandal have proved burdensome for many Illinois cemeteries, leading lawmakers to consider rolling them back.
A committee hearing in Springfield this morning could change the way teens take driver’s education in Illinois.
Hundreds of home-school rights activists are expected to rally in Springfield Tuesday, against legislation that would require home-school children to register with the state.