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When Bruce Rauner professed his love for Uber on Tuesday, calling for Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn to veto a bill that would impose heavy regulations upon the rapidly growing ride-share start-up, his gushing message signaled progress for the youthful tech-innovation crowd and potential doom for the taxi industry.
Others states are still considering legislation, but Governor Pat Quinn have made it happen! Last month Gov. Pat Quinn signed legislation banning the manufacture and sale of personal care products containing synthetic microbeads.
Illinois, the lowest-rated U.S. state, had its outlook dropped to negative on Wednesday by Standard & Poor's, which cited the prospect of budget deficits and questions over whether pension overhaul measures will survive legal challenges.
Judy Baar Topinka with a hot mic at a bill signing with Gov. Quinn. Topinka-opponent Sheila Simon, who is Sen. Paul Simon's daughter, laughably accuses Topinka of using family-advantage political clout.
Gov. Pat Quinn was responding to a relentless wave of crime in Chicago when he launched his controversial Neighborhood Recovery Initiative grant program, according to a Quinn spokeswoman.
The Supreme Court ruling that freed home healthcare workers from coercive unionization in Illinois has led to unions ceasing automatic deduction of union dues from non-members in other states.
Campaign videographers are commonplace, especially at public events on public property.
A state commission has not revealed if it will grant a federal request to delay an investigation of Illinois Governor Pat Quinn's anti-violence program.
On July 19, 2014, 2014, Illinois Governor Pat Quinn signed into law the Job Opportunities for Qualified Applicants Act, which will go into effect on January 1, 2015.
It's been more than a year since Gov. Quinn signed the fracking bill into law. The industry is still in limbo waiting for the state to approve the official rules.
An initiative seeking to legalize, tax and regulate recreational marijuana in Oregon has qualified for the November ballot, the state said on its website on Tuesday.
Governor Pat Quinn signed two bills today that allow the state to issue $1.1 billion in general obligation bonds to spend on highway resurfacing, widening, and bridge repair.
Bail was set at $1 million Tuesday afternoon for a truck driver accused of falsifying his log books and driving approximately 12 hours before causing a wreck that killed four people on Interstate 55 on Monday.
Desperate to curb the gun violence wracking their city, Chicago lawmakers are leading the way toward a counterintuitive idea - fighting crime by making it easier for young people to wipe away minor arrest records.
Illinois has become the 23rd state to expand its medical marijuana bill to include children and adults suffering from certain seizure disorders.
Gov. Pat Quinn has approved an approximately $1 billion capital construction spending plan intended to repair Illinois roads and bridges.
The Illinois EPA is asking DeWitt County officials for more information in order to block the disposal of polychlorinated biphenyls at a Clinton landfill.
Updated: Thu Jul 24, 2014 02:20 am
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