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Thursday, January 17, 2019
Pained as he might be by it, Dwight Kay knows why Illinois is seen in the bad light it is among the business community at large.
Dwight Kay would still like to see the Republican Party more at peace with itself when it comes to leadership.
Doug Jameson doesn’t need a study to tell him what he already knows about the depressing state of business in Illinois.
A Democrat's demand for the federal government to bring a better infrastructure plan to the table did not go over well with two Republican lawmakers.
Apologizing for using explicit language during her point of personal privilege, Rep. Terri Bryant (R-Murphysboro) made one thing clear—Southern Illinois University (SIU) President Randy Dunn should resign immediately.
Hal Patton is seeking paid campaign interns for his run for the 56th Senate District seat.
Doug Jameson thinks Mike Madigan’s plan for dealing with the sexual harassment scandal in Springfield in the last year has gone just the way the House speaker hoped it would.dd Teaser here
Dwight Kay says he’s willing to go to any lengths in Springfield to get lawmakers back on the track he thinks they should be on.
Mike Babcock was recently on hand for the Women of Achievement banquet to support longtime friend and honoree Tammy Iskarous.
Mike Babcock won't take position on Equal Rights Amendment
Doug Jameson wishes certain aspects of state government were run more like a business.
Rep. Jeanne Ives (R-Wheaton) recently took her message centered on shaking up the Republican Party to CLTV's "Politics Tonight" for a “we need a new vision” themed discussion.
Dwight Kay thinks Rep. Jeanne Ives (R-Wheaton) should be saluted for being brave enough to take a stand against one of the biggest issues he sees crippling the state.
Edwardsville Mayor Hal Patton, who has launched a third-party run for the 56th Senate District, sees the city’s future as being inextricably tied to the deeds of its young people.
Though he didn't name names, Sen. Kyle McCarter (R-Lebanon) made one thing clear Thursday on the Senate floor -- running an illegal campaign is not cool with him.
Doug Jameson finds bitter irony in the latest Democratic proposed tax increase being billed as a progressive tax.
Dwight Kay fears Democrats mean what they say in terms of enacting a new progressive state income tax.
What is most important, your job, your home or your pension asked Rep. Jeanne Ives (R-Wheaton).
Doug Jameson likes to think his advocacy on behalf of small business owners has no limits.
Dwight Kay says Illinois lawmakers spend much of their time sending a clear and unfriendly message to small business owners.