Gov. Rauner Signs Law Requiring State Jobs Be In Capital Illinois Gov. Bruce Rauner has signed a law requiring state jobs to be located in the capital city unless there's good reason to put them elsewhere.
Governor Bruce Rauner Addresses Gun Violence Issue: 'National Guard Is Not For Neighborhood Policing'Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner is weighing in on Chicago's gun violence issues.
Illinois Governor OKs Allowing Medical Cannabis At SchoolsIllinois Gov. Bruce Rauner has signed a law requiring public schools to allow parents to administer medical marijuana at school to eligible children.
Brett Kavanaugh's Nomination Revives Abortion Issue In Governor's RacePresident Donald Trump’s nomination of Brett Kavanaugh to the U.S. Supreme Court is reviving the issue of abortion in the Illinois governor’s race.
Japan Ambassador Looks To Expand Business In IllinoisGovernor Bruce Rauner is meeting with newly appointed Japan Ambassador to the U.S., Shinsuke Sugiyama, that Illinois is eager to expand its job-creating partnership with Japan and businesses operating in Illinois.
Illinois Legislators Urge Rauner To Increase Smoking Age To 21A bill proposing to raise the legal smoking age from 18 to 21 will soon be on Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner's desk.
Governor Bruce Rauner Signs Full State Budget, First Since Taking Office Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner was full of bi-partisan praise as he signed the state budget into law Monday.
Polish President Visits Chicago To Talk Trade DealsThe President of Poland is  in Chicago for a two-day visit to discuss trade deals with Illinois officials.