Tag Archives: Illinois General Assembly
Reversal of Roe v Wade Returns the Power to the Individual States
The court’s 6-3 ruling, which upholds a Mississippi law banning abortions after 15 weeks of pregnancy, strikes down a landmark decision that has enshrined abortion rights across the U.S. for nearly 50 years. In reality…Though the left is acting like … Continue reading →
Former House Speaker Michael Madigan indicted in political corruption probe
Former House Speaker Michael Madigan has been indicted on criminal charges as part of an ongoing federal political corruption investigation, sources said. Madigan is now one of the most significant politicians in Illinois history ever to face criminal charges, despite … Continue reading →
Illinois Has Almost 300 New Laws for 2022
Nearly 300 new laws are set to take effect on January 1, 2022, covering a range of issues big and small that affect Illinoisans. See the link below: https://www.newsbreak.com/news/2470112772644/new-laws-2022-illinois-laws-that-take-effect-january-1?pd=09tQqMuQ&lang=en_US&s=i16
Non Compete Agreements—Are They Unfair ?
A 40-year non-compete agreement for a $12 an hour customer service representative. But it gets even better: There’s a provision in the Agreement that says if the employee breaches the non-compete, they owe the company $3 MILLION in liquidated damages. … Continue reading →
Lightfoot + Foxx Belong in Jail for Public Endangerment ! What Does Chicago’s Future Look Like For Law Abiding Residents ?
This guy can’t last much longer. Lightfoot is getting blamed for the violence. All he does is hold press conferences. The police do not do “Stop & Frisk” anymore so everyone is carrying a gun. The police cannot chase a … Continue reading →
Pritzker announced a five-phase plan to reopen state as officials report 176 more fatalities, which is the highest daily death toll yet
Gov. J.B. Pritzker on Tuesday laid out a regional, five-phase plan to reopen the state based on public health data and health care availability in different parts of the state. The plan divides the state into four regions, which could … Continue reading →
Church says will appeal federal judge’s ruling that Pritzker’s executive orders vs churches are constitutional
A day after a federal judge ruled Illinois Gov. JB Pritzker could constitutionally use emergency powers to restrict religious gatherings, the northwestern Illinois church that challenged the governor’s authority has indicated it will appeal. On May 4, The Beloved Church, … Continue reading →
May 1—Get Back To Work Day !!!
Governor JB Pritzker issued Executive Order 2020-32 yesterday, purporting to continue his emergency powers and the suspension of Illinoisans’ rights for what has now been 53 days since he proclaimed the State of Illinois to be a distaster. Some noteworthy … Continue reading →
In Person School Education Is Suspended for Another 30 Days—Awaiting Remote E-Learning Day Plan To Be Promulgated by Leyden and Norwood Park Area Schools Shortly
Today, Governor JB Pritzker announced that Illinois will continue its suspension of in-person instruction for another 30 days, through April 30. Governor Pritzker addressed students directly today, saying: “I won’t try and tell you that texting and calling each other … Continue reading →
Taxpayers need to do their homework on school referendums
Voters in many areas across Illinois will go to the polls in the Primary in March to elect politicians. Some will also make choices about school spending that will have a more direct impact on household budgets. Before Election Day, … Continue reading →