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Historic sites generate state revenue

According to The State Journal-Register, a recent report from the National Park Service notes that $13.8 million were added to the capital city’s local economy

Funding for higher education/MAP grants signed

On April 25, Gov. Bruce Rauner signed an appropriations bill providing funding for higher education and MAP grants. The bipartisan solution ensures that universities, colleges,

Higher ed funding approved by Governor

On April 25, Governor Bruce Rauner signed into law Senate Bill 2059, a stop-gap funding bill to help universities, colleges and community colleges remain operational

Groundhog Day in the Illinois Senate

On Wednesday, April 13, Senate Republicans felt as if they had awoken in the 1993 comedy classic “Groundhog Day,” when Democrats advanced yet another hollow

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