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Monday, January 22, 2018
If elected as a state senator, McHenry County Board member Craig Wilcox said he will immediately address out-migration.
McHenry County Board member Craig Wilcox said Illinois' exodus statistics are stunning.
McHenry County Board member Craig Wilcox is officially vying for the Senate District 32 seat held by Sen. Pamela Althoff (R-McHenry), who decided to not seek re-election.
Rep. Steven Reick (R-Woodstock) wanted a breakdown of real-time pharmacy data at a recent House Appropriations-Human Services Committee hearing.
Former Algonquin Township Highway Commissioner Bob Miller is reportedly working for Nunda Township.
Rep. Steve Andersson (R-Geneva) questioned mental health professionals at length on the parity between psychological welfare and drug addiction.
Sens. Karen McConnaughay (R-St. Charles), Heather Steans (D-Chicago), and Toi Hutchinson (D-Olympia Fields) literally stood with all other female senators behind them as they announced the formation of a bipartisan Women’s Caucus in the Senate.
Rep. Steve Reick (R-Woodstock) challenged a bill that he thinks removes the right to free speech.
Rep. Steven Reick (R-Woodstock) recently talked down tax credits and levy freezes in his opposition to proposed legislation.
Reps. Steven Reick (R-Woodstock) and Barbara Wheeler (R-Crystal Lake) recently urged a no vote to codify the form of county government.
Rep. Allen Skillicorn (R-Crystal Lake) commends a new wireless act and condemns an amended collective bargaining bill.
Rep. Allen Skillicorn (R-East Dundee) wants the sexual harassment conversation in the General Assembly to continue.
Col. Craig Wilcox wholly supports Rep. Jeanne Ives (R-Wheaton) in the gubernatorial primary March 2018.
Rep. Steven Reick (R-Woodstock) took aim at a firearms measure during the ongoing House override session, comparing it to trying to mandate which clothing should be deemed safe.
Rep. Allen Skillicorn (R-Crystal Lake) earned a round of applause when his argument during recent House debate prompted Rep. Laura Fine (D-Glenview) to withdraw House Resoultion 544.