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3 hrs ago | The Capitol Fax Blog
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7 hrs ago | National Public Radio
Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn smiles during the signing of the pension overhaul legislation bill on Dec. 5 in Chicago.
10 hrs ago | Prairie Advocate
Gov. Pat Quinn issued a statement Wednesday saying he will renew his fight to increase the minimum wage in Illinois.
Standard & Poor's Ratings Services on Tuesday revised the outlook on Illinois' A-minus credit rating to developing from negative due to the state's passage of long-awaited pension reform last week.
An exhibit including the Christmas Nativity scene opened in the Illinois State Capitol last week, prompting considerably less fanfare than did the first display when it was erected six years ago.
The company took several factors into account, including the cost to operate each headquarters location, lease obligations and sublease considerations, tax implications, government incentives, ability to add associates and incorporate functions in the current space, and people-related costs.
Gov. Pat Quinn went without a paycheck for months to make the point that lawmakers needed to pass a pension reform bill.
US group Pinnacle Foods is to expand a plant in Illinois to produce the Wish-Bone and Western salad dressings it acquired from Unilever earlier this year.
Governor Pat Quinn on Monday announced more than 1,470 affordable apartments will be created or preserved for working families, seniors and people with disabilities in communities across the state.
A $110,000-a-year Illinois prison official with a lengthy criminal history returned to the state payroll despite "writing and responding to hundreds of lewd and inappropriate emails" on the taxpayers' dime and "falsifying" his application for a previous state job, records show.
Quinn spokeswoman Brooke Anderson says Monday that Quinn will talk with the DGA about economic growth and job opportunities for veterans.
U.S. Bankruptcy Court Judge Steven W. Rhodes last week accepted the city's petition enabling it to seek protection under Chapter 9 of the U.S. bankruptcy code, and ruled Detroit may legally reduce public pension benefits, despite protection of public pensions under Michigan's constitution.
Gov. Pat Quinn is in Washington DC today to fight against a plan to cut the amount of ethanol that has to be blended into gasoline.
Gov. Pat Quinn's office says Monday that he's declared it "Mike Ditka Day" in honor of the former Chicago Bears player and football coach whose jersey is being retired.
Illinois health care exchanges to cost more than previously asserted by Gov. Pat Quinn, according to a Crain's Business report.
WOODSTOCK – The health department commissar checking to make sure the hand-washing stations at your church potluck are set up properly won't be packing heat.