Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan has released her 2015 Safe Shopping Guide, which includes a full list of children’s toys and household items that have been recalled in the last year.
Oil industry explanations for the recent spike in gas prices have caught the attention of Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan and Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel, who are demanding realistic answers for the jump in costs at the pump.
Attorney General Lisa Madigan has more time to file a possible appeal of a state Supreme Court ruling the struck down the 2013 pension reform law.
An Illinois Supreme Court ruling earlier this year appeared to have killed, once and for all, any debate about the pension reform law passed in 2013, but there are now signs that Attorney General Lisa Madigan may be prepared to take the fight all the way to the United States Supreme Court.
The Illinois Senate on Wednesday approved a temporary one-month budget that includes money to pay state employees for their work in July. Governor Bruce Rauner, however, is expected to veto that budget.
Today is July 1st, 2015. Today is the start of a new year in Illinois. Illinois residents are beginning that new year… without a budget and no way to pay the bills.
Governor Bruce Rauner said on Monday in an email to state employees that he would do everything in his power to make sure that paychecks would continue to be sent out, even if there is not a budget deal reached by Tuesday night’s deadline.