Illinois Republican congressional candidate Ted Gradel is blasting U.S. Rep. Lauren Underwood’s (D-Naperville) vote to pursue impeachment proceedings against President Donald Trump as a pure “power grab.”
House Republican Leader Jim Durkin's (R-Western Springs) bill involving ethylene oxide (EtO) emissions is stuck in committee after every Democrat in the House Energy & Environment Committee voted "present."
Illinois state Rep. Margo McDermed (R-Mokena) recently joined the growing number of lawmakers calling for the ban of red-light cameras in Illinois in the face of an ongoing federal corruption probe involving one of the state’s largest operators of such devices.
With a stated commitment of “moving Illinois toward more renewable and clean-energy sources,” Illinois state Rep. Grant Wehrli (R-Naperville) has been appointed to the Illinois Offshore Wind Energy Economic Development Policy Task Force.
Illinois state Sen. Sue Rezin (R-Morris) was recently given reason to feel optimistic about the state’s long-term future after hosting nearly 50 high school students from the 38th District as part of her annual Youth Advisory Council.
An investigation by the DuPage Township’s law firm into former Supervisor William Mayer has validated the months-long work of a government watchdog group that sounded alarms of Mayer’s troubling, and in some instances, potentially criminal behavior, while in office.