Gov. Bruce Rauner’s move to eliminate “fair share” payments from public sector employees who opt out of joining a union, but still get benefits from collective bargaining, is “blatantly illegal,” according to AFSCME Council 31 spokesman Anders Lindall.
Police in O’Fallon, Illinois are looking for a man accused of attacking a woman at the front door of her home.
Durbin says if the result of a right-to-work law is reducing pay and preventing employees from collectively bargaining over workplace conditions, the idea “doesn’t do workers any favors.”
The March of Dimes says daycare centers ought to have vaccine policies for adults employees.
Despite mild winter, five IDOT trucks have already been hit this year.
“We must avoid slipping further behind other states in the quality of our children’s education, the capacity of our economy to grow, and our ability to care for our state’s most vulnerable,” Rauner told members of the General Assembly.”
Rauner awarded licenses to 18 cultivation centers and 52 retail shops, which means Illinois’ first legal marijuana crop could be harvested this year.
A review of any death of someone at the hands of a police officer would come if a new bill filed in Illinois becomes law.
The legislation would make it illegal for mental health specialists to try to change the sexual orientation of anyone under 18 in Illinois.
Rauner says he doesn’t like to gamble, but he also recognizes the state is losing money to casinos in neighboring states.