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Budget options

Gov. Rauner outlined budget options to a joint session of legislators in the House of Representatives, during his third annual Budget Address Feb. 15. For two years, the Governor has aske

Fighting heart disease

Illinois legislators, representatives from the state Department of Public Health, and health advocates gathered in Capitol Feb. 15 to spread awareness of the American Heart Association’s Go Red For Women campaign, and to encourage Illinois women to unite in the fight against heart disease and stroke.

Sen. Tracy reacts to Governor’s Budget Address

State Sen. Jil Tracy issued the following statement in response to Gov. Bruce Rauner's third annual Budget Address, presented to a joint session of lawmakers on February 15.

Education Funding Reform Commission issues framework for school funding solution

The Education Funding Reform Commission issued its report to the General Assembly Feb. 1, highlighting ideas for how the legislature could craft a bipartisan solution to the issue of creating a new and improved school funding formula.

Tracy launches legislative website

State Senator Jil Tracy is eager to make constituent service a top priority and is happy to announce her legislative offices are open and her legislative website is up and running.

Tracy reacts to ‘State of the State’ address

State Sen. Jil Tracy joined her fellow lawmakers in the chambers of the Illinois House of Representatives on January 25 to listen as Gov. Bruce Rauner delivered his annual “State of the State” address.

Tracy named GOP Spokesperson for State Government Committee; opens district office

State Sen. Jil Tracy has been appointed Republican Spokesperson for the Senate State Government Committee, which considers legislation related to state government processes, such as procurement standards, state agency rulemaking and emergency management.

Tracy sworn in to represent 47th Senate District

The State Capitol set the stage as former Illinois State Rep. Jil Tracy was sworn in to the Illinois Senate, joining the ranks of the state’s historic 100th General Assembly on Jan. 11.