State Lawmakers Call On Quinn To Approve Ride-Sharing RegulationsState lawmakers and others are calling on Governor Quinn to sign legislation that would increase regulations on so-called ride-sharing companies, reports WBBM Political Editor Craig Dellimore.
Feds To Lawmakers: Stop Calling For Quinn Staff To TestifyWBBM Political Editor Craig Dellimore reports the governor is shrugging off the news.
Quinn Approves Birth Control Question On November BallotA November ballot question that will ask voters if they think prescription drug coverage plans should be required to include birth control has been signed by Governor Pat Quinn.
Quinn Signs Legislation For Minimum Wage Ballot QuestionGov. Pat Quinn signed legislation Sunday that will put a measure on the November ballot asking voters if Illinois should boost the state's minimum wage to $10 an hour by 2015.
Suburban Police Chief: Ticket Quotas Needed To Evaluate PersonnelAn independent-minded suburban police chief suggests trouble ahead now that Governor Pat Quinn has signed a law banning ticket quotas, reports WBBM’s John Cody.
Gov. Quinn Attends Wedding Of Same-Sex Couple Together For 50 YearsWith gay marriage now the law across the state of Illinois, Governor Quinn has appeared at the Chicago wedding of two men who have been a couple for five decades.
Lawmakers Grill Reps From Anti-Violence Program At HearingIllinois lawmakers grilled representatives of Governor Quinn's $55 million controversial anti-violence program during a hearing Wednesday morning.
Quinn Calls On Legislators To 'Do The Right Thing' On State Income TaxGovernor Quinn joined veterans and others at a Memorial Day parade in the suburbs, but his re-election campaign and the fight over state spending were not far from his mind, reports WBBM's Steve Miller.
Quinn Says Next Term Would Be His Last As Governor If Re-ElectedGovernor Pat Quinn says his next—and second term—would be his last if he’s re-elected, because he’s long believed in term limits for top officials.
Governor Promises Tighter Controls After Medicaid Paid For Dead PeopleGovernor Quinn is promising tighter controls after a review found that the Illinois Medicaid program paid an estimated $12 million for medical services for people who were dead.
Quinn Proclaims Autism Awareness Day In Brookfield Zoo Visit More than two million people live with autism and on Saturday, Governor Quinn visited the Brookfield Zoo to proclaim Autism Awareness Day.