Latest POLITICS News From The Illinois Newsroom Team
Alana Banks made history as the first Black, transgender woman on a school board in the United States. How is she doing now?
Alana Banks made history two years ago, becoming the first Black and transgender woman elected to a school board in the country. Still, she has found balancing the demands of the communities she represents challenging.
Pritzker calls Illinois a ‘beacon for national success’ when it comes to 2024 elections.
National Shooting Sports Foundation claims law is unconstitutional, conflicts with federal law.
Pritzker signed measure subjecting firearms industry to consumer fraud laws
In a 4-3 decision Friday, the high court found that the Protect Our Communities Act does not violate the federal Constitution’s guarantee of equal protection of the law nor the state constitution’s bar on special legislation.
Attorney General Kwame Raoul would make Illinois the eighth state to allow lawsuits against firearms manufacturers or distributors. The plan is part of ongoing efforts by Democratic lawmakers who control the Statehouse to eliminate gun violence.
The indictment focuses on schemes by Trump and his allies to subvert the transfer of power and keep him in office despite his loss to Joe Biden. It’s the third criminal case brought against the former president as he seeks to reclaim the White House.
After a decade of planning and lobbying, the village has put together enough money to build a new bridge so the train can pass over the traffic.
The allegations were made Thursday in an updated grand jury indictment that adds new charges against Trump and adds another defendant to the case.
Illinois Senator Dick Durbin has tested positive for Covid. How will this affect the workings of the US Senate?
‘Labor peace agreement’ reached between unions, DNC earlier than in years past
Rep. Miller says on House Floor that a teen was kicked out of a Springfield YMCA despite the family saying they ended their membership.