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Members of Illinois' 99th General Assembly have been sworn into office as the state enters its first divided government in more than a decade.
The Democrats who control the Illinois General Assembly stand ready to consider all of the budgetary ideas Gov. Bruce Rauner puts forth.
Quinn left loose ends
House, Senate sworn in today
Aiello says he's becoming the Director of Vital Records for the Illinois Department of Public Health under the Bruce Rauner administration.
Community groups working toward improved Illinois neighborhoods will have free admission to the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum on Martin Luther King Day.
Many graduates remain in the county after school
Madigan is appealing a lower court ruling that found the 2013 law unconstitutional.
How quickly medical marijuana can be made available in Illinois will depend on a man who was against the law in the first place.
Rauner shaping his own administration
Illinois #1 in soybeans and #2 in corn
Concert replaces ball
Springfield Mayor Mike Houston says he looks forward to the Bruce Rauner administration.
Departing Gov. Pat Quinn has granted 43 clemency petitions in his final moments as Illinois governor, including his second pardon based on innocence.
It was one of Quinn's last acts as Illinois governor, but he didn't appoint the full board.
Illinois' incoming statewide officeholders have received prayers and blessings at an interfaith service that's part of the inauguration festivities.
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