Sue Rezin news
After failing to pass a child tax credit last year, advocates returned to Springfield to propose a scaled back version of the policy which they say would still reduce child poverty and spur economic growth.
The La Salle Public Library is holding a crafting event next month, with a goal of contributing to a valentine card drive for seniors.
EOI: Hurry up and wait. That, more than anything, is the takeaway from last week’s passage of House Bill 2473, which could pave the way for construction of more nuclear reactors in Illinois.
The Invest in Kids program is scheduled to reach the end of its five-year life on Dec. 31. The program, which launched in 2018, costs Illinois $75 million annually in tax breaks for donors to private school scholarship funds.
Health care industry argues it is exempt from biometric privacy liability while the attorney for two nurses suing their employers said that argument would effect "as much as 10% of the Illinois workforce."
The next La Salle County YANA! (you are not alone) meeting will be 6 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 19, at Jamie’s Outpost, 602 Clark St., Utica. The keynote speaker will be State Sen. Sue Rezin, R-Morris.
No ER in La Salle-Peru concerns state Sen. Sue Rezin, but she sees better days soon
St. Margaret’s Health has found a buyer for the Peru hospital. OSF HeathCare will acquire the former Illinois Valley Community Hospital.
Gov. JB Pritzker stopped at Northern Illinois University in DeKalb Tuesday to tout his proposed budget plan to increase state funding for higher education and help keep more college students in Illinois.
“The bill is going to come to the House with a lot of momentum,” state Sen. Sue Rezin said. “The unions are out and working their members to explain the importance of the bill and to just explain the technology.”
A measure allowing the construction of new commercial nuclear power plants has bipartisan, bicameral support in the state legislature as the body considers its next steps in meeting carbon-free energy goals while maintaining grid reliability.
The two lawmakers charged Gov. JB Pritzker with “overreach” for repeatedly invoking emergency powers and governing by executive order.
New, follow-up coalition has been discussed but not yet formed, Fox Waterway Agency executive director says
State Senator Sue Rezin joined 17 of her colleagues from the Illinois Senate Republicans to deliver a letter to Governor Pritzker’s office looking for answers on the speed and effectiveness of the Administration’s vaccine rollout.
On Monday the Peru City Council and Mayor Scott Harl adopted a resolution, opposing Illinois House Bill 3653, the criminal justice bill approved by the General Assembly.