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DoIT moving ahead with transformation

 The Governor’s Administration is advancing the state’s information technology system into the 21st Century amid a major push to modernize a technology infrastructure that has

Ethics proposal introduced

To bring greater honesty, transparency, and public trust to Illinois government, Senate Republicans have introduced legislation that would tighten rules for constitutional officers and legislators.

Site Selection ‘high marks’

A published report in Site Selection magazine this month points to Illinois’ potential for economic opportunity and recovery. Illinois ranked in the Top 5 in

License plate sticker renewal reminder

Senate Republicans are reminding Illinois motorists that, due to the budget impasse, the Secretary of State’s office is NOT mailing license plate sticker renewal notices.

Illinois’ Financial House

Illinois Comptroller Leslie Munger recently testified that in the absence of a budget, the Comptroller is paying bills under more than a dozen court orders,

Reforms Aim to Improve Care for At-Risk Youth

Senate Republican proposals to help Illinois’ most vulnerable children are the foundation of a Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS) initiative to provide greater

Senate Democrats approve spending billions

Senate Democrats this week once again voted for nearly $4 billion in spending authorization—but without the associated revenue needed to fund the spending. A high-ranking

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