Governor Bruce Rauner is dealing with more headaches stemming from the Legionnaires’ Disease outbreak at the Illinois Veterans Home in Quincy. This time, it’s from Rauner’s own comments that
Democratic governor candidate J.B. Pritzker is attacking Governor Bruce Rauner for saying he’s “proud” of what’s going on in the White House and Congress.
Step pay increases for thousands of state workers are a step closer to being paid out. The state Labor Relations Board has rejected a request from the Rauner administration
Governor Bruce Rauner has signed a law that makes changes to the sexual harassment complaint process at the Statehouse. Under the new law, the legislative inspector general will be
A former Illinois lawmaker is denying accusations that he made sexually provocative remarks to legislative staffers… and is rejecting calls for his resignation from his new job.
The air wars have begun in the race for Illinois governor. The first shot was fired by Governor Bruce Rauner with an ad using FBI wiretap recordings to link
Governor Bruce Rauner thinks former Governor Rod Blagojevich should stay behind bars.
For the first time in years, Illinois will start its new fiscal year with a full year’s budget in place. Governor Bruce Rauner has signed the spending plan approved
It’s now up to Governor Bruce Rauner to decide if the legal age to possess or use tobacco in Illinois should be raised to 21. After that bill failed
One potential roadblock to a state budget is a growing movement among some conservative lawmakers to demand the elimination of any money for taxpayer-funded abortions.