Gov. JB Pritzker To Extend Illinois Eviction Moratorium For Another 30 DaysPritzker said he’s also looking at how the state might adjust that moratorium, depending on how much federal aid the state might get from the COVID-19 relief legislation currently being debated in Congress.
'A Small Win': Family Affected By Sickle Cell Happy To Be In Next Round For COVID Vaccine, But Can't Get It Anytime Soon"While other parts of the state may be ready to move to the next phase, Chicago and Cook County are not."
Is Money For Pandemic Relief Getting To Those Who Need It The Most?$290 million went to child care providers and $290 million to other small businesses.
Governor Pritzker To Ask Incoming Biden Administration For More COVID Vaccine Doses, But Some Aren't Being Used In Illinois"I am discouraged by the fact that we are getting less first doses now than we had at the beginning."
State Blames Fraudsters, Takes Action After At Least 16 People Are Affected By IDES Social Security Breach"To send multiple letters to the same address, an unverified address is just irresponsible."
Moderna COVID Vaccine Coming To Illinois Next WeekThe governor said the Moderna vaccine is 94% effective with people getting two doses two weeks apart.
Pritzker: State Has Enough COVID Vaccines For Required Second Dosage"Any remaining vaccine that is in the vial that does not equal and full dose cannot be combined with remnants from other vials."
Pritzker: Number Of COVID Vaccine Doses Promised To Illinois Cut In Half"I was disappointed to learn that the US Department of Health and Human Services informed us that, per the direction of Operation Warp Speed, that estimate was tightened significantly down to 4.3 million doses shipped nationally next week."
Pritzker: No COVID Vaccine Mandate For Workers In State Facilities"When the vaccines become available. Please take it."
Pritzker Calls On Congress To Approve New COVID Relief Package As Pandemic Rages On
IHSA To 'Pause' Winter Sports Amid COVID-19 Pandemic Restrictions“Given the rising COVID-19 cases in our state and region, we support the Governor’s mitigations and believe it is imperative for everyone in the state to do their part in following them so that we can return to high school sports participation as soon as possible.”
IHSA Meets To Discuss Future Of Student Sports In The StateThe association added sports like basketball and swimming will not start up again until the new year.
IDES Fraud Continues To Run Rampant, Frustrating People Who Were Scammed"You are not allowed to call again because it blocks you from leaving another message."
Pritzker On Defeat Of Graduated Income Tax: 'There Will Be Cuts. And They Will Be Painful'"Illinois's fiscal problems haven't gone away. We now sit at a crossroads. Our state finances, still require fundamental structural change."
Supporters Of Graduated Income Tax Concede Defeat As Illinois Voters Reject Proposed Constitutional AmendmentThose for and against the constitutional amendment waged multimedia, multimillion dollar campaigns to sway voters on the tax.