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Senate Week-in-Review: April 19-23

SPRINGFIELD – Despite a seemingly endless cycle of corruption news involving Illinois politicians, the Senate Ethics Committee just met for the first time this week after


Alzheimer’s Advocacy Day in Capitol!

Senator Jil Tracy of Quincy and Senator Terri Bryant of Murphysboro (at right) wore their #ENDALZ masks in the Senate Chambers on April 14 –


Senate Week in Review: April 5-9

Springfield, IL—While session isn’t scheduled to resume until April 13, Republican lawmakers continued to raise their concerns about Illinois’ legislative map drawing process during remote


Senate Week in Review: March 29 – April 2

SPRINGFIELD – State legislative leaders took a stand this week against Illinois’ longstanding history of gerrymandering, arguing that lawmakers have no business being involved in


Senate Week in Review: March 22-26

SPRINGFIELD – Federal census data will not be available until September, yet the State Senate majority continues to push ahead with drawing new legislative maps.


Spring arrives March 20!

The spring equinox occurs at 4:37 a.m. (CST) on March 20. This event marks the astronomical first day of spring in the Northern Hemisphere.  

Jil Tracy

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