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Tuesday, July 17, 2018
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Alyssa Brems’ high character has not gone unrewarded.
Madison County Board member Tom McRae (R-Bethalto) insists the increase of gun sanctuaries sends the message that law-abiding citizens aren’t going to let Springfield trample over their rights.
Hal Patton is doing all he can to keep his supporters engaged and motivated as November’s general election inches closer.
Republican candidate Dwight Kay argues that using taxpayer money to pay for abortions is borderline criminal.
Dwight Kay is at a loss to understand why so many lawmakers seem intent on taking away what he sees as a fundamental right of every citizen.
Republican candidate Doug Jameson believes that the revenue businesses could be used to hire new workers across Illinois are now in the hands of the state government.
Dwight Kay wants to see local taxpayers find the courage to demand what they deserve from their government.
Republican candidate Doug Jameson is concerned that lawmakers want to use a proposed progressive tax plan to enable the government instead of the people.
Republican candidate Dwight Kay internalizes details of the progressive tax now being proposed and wonders how long taxpayers will take the abuse.
Longtime Southern Illinois University Edwardsville (SIUE) head baseball coach Gary Collins will be inducted into the American Baseball Coaches Association Hall of Fame's class of 2019.
Republican candidate Doug Jameson’s perspective on the Supreme Court’s recent decision freeing non-union workers from paying fees is tempered by being a former union member and his political affiliation.
Republican candidate Dwight Kay said the Supreme Court’s recent decision in the Janus case was decades in the making and a clear-cut indicator of how much more needs to be done.
Doug Jameson has grown accustomed to hearing horror stories about Illinois’ soaring property tax rates.
Dwight Kay sees Illinois being its own worst enemy when it comes to curbing its growing problem of out-migration.
Illinois State Rifle Association executive director Richard A. Pearson is imploring all his members to be aware.
NBA veteran Chris Duhon has been added to the Illinois State coaching staff as an assistant coach.
Dwight Kay wants to know how state lawmakers manage to pull $200 million practically out of thin air.
Doug Jameson wants state lawmakers to be practical.
State Rep. Allen Skillicorn (R-East Dundee) is applauding the Supreme Court decision that absolves non-union workers from being obligated to pay fees that are used for collective bargaining.