An Illinois state senator wants to eliminate ticket quotas for police performance evaluations.
The House General Laws Committee was urged to prohibit landlords from restricting firearms on rented property.
Plans to update a dilapidated state mental health facility were stalled by a filibuster during a Senate hearing.
A state Senator wants Illinois to do some longer-term planning in order to budget two years at a time.
You’d get to choose from both Column A and Column B in a primary, under a bill introduced in the Illinois House.
Missouri legislators are proposing the state use recruiters, akin to private bounty hunters, to bring jobs to Missouri.
An Illinois lawmaker wants to make it harder for stolen cell phones to be sold on the black market.
The new head of the state’s department of Central Management Services got an earful from lawmakers over the agency’s inability to keep accurate records of the property the state owns.
Teachers, parents and lawmakers debated the necessity of Missouri schools abiding by nationwide standards.
Students urge the state to let them substitute traditional academic classes for agriculture, career and technical courses.