Illinois Eviction Moratorium Officially Ends: Expert Says Not To Panic, But To Watch How Emergency Assistance Is Being AllocatedThe Illinois moratorium on evictions officially ended Sunday, after COVID-19 halted tenants from being kicked out for several months.
State To Offer Free Aid To Those Struggling To Return To Work Due To Child Care IssuesHelp is on the way for Illinois parents struggling to get back to work because of child care issues.
Gov. Pritzker Says More COVID-19 Mitigations Could Return To Parts Of Illinois As Hospitalizations SurgeIllinois Gov. JB Pritzker warned Tuesday that new COVID-19 mitigations could be coming in parts of Illinois, as hospitalizations surge in parts of the state.
Gov. Pritzker Signs 2 Bills In Defense Of Immigrant, Refugee RightsIllinois Gov. JB Pritzker on Thursday signed two bills helping provide legal representation for immigrants in Cook County, and also launching a public information campaign statewide to ensure immigrants and refugees know their rights.
Gov. Pritzker Honors Gold Star Families At Illinois State Fair, Signs Legislation To Improve Services For Servicemembers And VeteransAt the Illinois State Fair on Sunday, there was a salute to veterans, and to Gold Star families who have lost loved ones in military service.
Gov. JB Pritzker Signs Sweeping Changes To How Illinois FOID Card System WorksIllinois Gov. JB Pritzker on Monday signed sweeping changes to the state's Firearm Owners Identification card system.
Gov. Pritzker Signs Legislation To Create Elected School Board For Chicago Public SchoolsIllinois Gov. JB Pritzker on Thursday signed legislation creating an elected school board for the Chicago Public Schools.
Gov. Pritzker Has 30 Days To Sign Bills Strengthening Privacy Protections For Sexual Assault SurvivorsIllinois Gov. JB Pritzker has 30 days left to take action on two bills that strengthen privacy protections for sex assault victims.
Gov. Pritzker Signs 4 Bills Advancing Rights For LGBTQ+ People In IllinoisIllinois is expanding rights for LGBTQ+ people, with Gov. JB Pritzker having signed four bills into law on Tuesday.
Gov. Pritzker Says He Plans To Attend Lollapalooza, Urges People To Wear Masks In CrowdsIllinois Gov. JB Pritzker will be among the throngs of concert fans at Lollapalooza when it kicks off in Grant Park next week.
'I Think We Did The Best Job That We Could,' Gov. Pritzker Says Of COVID-19 Restrictions Under Which Many Bars, Restaurants Went Out Of Business Last YearAt this time a year ago, many restaurants, bars, and stores were going out of business – unable to handle the State of Illinois’ lockdown measures as the coronavirus pandemic raged.
Arson, Bomb Threats Among Crimes That Have Been Keeping Illinois Unemployment Offices Closed, Governor's Office SaysArsons, bomb threats, and vandalism – we have been asking for months, and now for the first time, we are learning about the crimes keeping Illinois unemployment offices closed.
Gov. Pritzker Calls On Congress To Reimburse National Guard For Protecting U.S. Capitol After Jan. 6 RiotIllinois Gov. JB Pritzker on Tuesday called on Congress to reimburse the National Guard for providing security at the U.S. Capitol following the riot on Jan. 6.
Gov. Pritzker Signs Law To Get Ball Rolling After Continued Delays In Licenses For Minority Marijuana EntrepreneursRecreational marijuana sales continue to break records in Illinois, but the same companies have continued to cash in – until now.
Governor Pritzker Meeting With President Biden At The White House WednesdayGovernor JB Pritzker is meeting with President Joe Biden a the White House Wednesday.