The Illinois State Senate returns to the Capitol this week to begin the Spring 2014 legislative session. Senate President John Cullerton has been meeting with Chicago media outlets to preview his expectations and thoughts about this upcoming session.
Five years ago this week, the Illinois General Assembly began steps to remove Governor Rod Blagojevich from office. We will be sharing recollections from that time from President Cullerton and other Senate leaders who took part. In the meantime, here is a sneak peek.
New laws designed to protect children and parents are now in effect in Illinois. Here is the second in our series of Top 5 New Laws, this set for parents or guardians of children.
In 2014, Illinois law requires drivers to only use their mobile phones hands-free while driving. There are a number of readily available devices to help you obey the law and still receive or make phone calls safely when you are behind the wheel.
- Concealed Carry Frequently Asked Questions Updated
- New health laws for 2014
- ISP begins accepting Concealed Carry License applications
- Hunter: child abuse deaths unacceptable
- Inside out: how the Capitol's holiday lights shine
- Pension Reform Q & A: the facts
- Chairman Raoul addresses pension committee (VIDEO)
- Why Senator Hunter is fighting for emergency medical care on South Side (AUDIO)
- Cullerton applauds historic signing of marriage equality legislation
- Senators to tour tornado disaster areas today (updated)
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