Eye On Illinois: Government isn’t baseball. There aren’t 162 budgets to enact. Both parties have some shared goals with many distinct priorities. There are no trophies, just campaigns and elections.
State Rep. Brad Fritts: The deadline for adjournment of the spring legislative session in the Illinois General Assembly has come and gone without even a draft FY24 state budget shown to legislators.
Eye On Illinois: For too long governments let private institutions handle things internally when criminal referrals were warranted. We must learn from such mistakes and respond accordingly.
Eye On Illinois: Bipartisanship isn’t dead in Illinois, but it’s important to look beyond vote totals.
Eye On Illinois: The actual work of crafting a state budget is government at its core, but the political considerations are unavoidable.
FarmWeek: Farmer Richard Guebert Jr. recently began preparations to plant his 48th crop, which will mark the last season of his tenure as Illinois Farm Bureau president.
Eye On Illinois: Sometimes you know when you hit rock bottom. Sometimes that’s a false reality.
Ag: "We are fortunate to be in a position where we can help spread information and connect farmers who are looking for guidance."
Opinion: Farmers need support through education, technical assistance and funding in order to adopt these soil health practices.