Senate Minority Leader Christine Radogno
The state has an unfunded pension liability north of $80 billion, and lawmakers and the governor are looking at ways to reduce that.
Illinois Senate Minority Leader Christine Radogno says businesses which ask for job seekers’ social media passwords are going too far.
A free tuition program where Illinois lawmakers award state university scholarships to friends and acquaintances is still alive.
“We are at a point in this state, in order to literally survive financially and get our heads above water.”
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