Illinois state Rep. Patrick Windhorst (R-Metropolis) has joined forces with fellow Southern Illinois Republicans Terri Bryant (R-Murphysboro) and Dave Severin (R-Benton) in sponsoring several bills aimed at bringing ethics reform legislation to Springfield.
Illinois state Rep. Patrick Windhorst (R-Metropolis) has a simple philosophy when it comes to the issue of whether or not National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) student-athletes should be allowed to profit from the use of their image or likeness.
Jeanne Ives is not surprised to hear that Illinois House Speaker Mike Madigan (D-Chicago) may be at the heart of a widening public corruption probe centered on Commonwealth Edison's lobbying practices.
The Illinois Republican Party points to the recent raid on the home and offices of longtime state Sen. Martin Sandoval (D-Chicago) as an illustration of just how far the state's Democrats are willing to go to impose their will.
With regard to Planned Parenthood's behemoth abortion facility that was built in secrecy near the southern Illinois-Missouri state line, leaders at the Thomas More Society insist they’ve seen this kind of thing before.
Illinois state Sen. Jason Plummer (R-Edwardsville) is convinced that Planned Parenthood’s secret construction of a so-called mega abortion clinic in southern Illinois is a 'disaster' for the pro-life movement as well as state taxpayers.
Illinois state Rep. Patrick Windhorst (R-Metropolis) wants residents of his district to be mindful that October is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month and that they should be doing all they can to make certain everyone around them is safe.
WFLD Fox 32 Chicago President and General Manager Dennis Welsh did not mince words about the perilous place Illinois’ growing pension crisis has left the state in during a recently aired editorial on the network in which he predicted voters are primed for revolt given anything short of pension reform.
Illinois’ record-setting 2017 income tax hike has done little to slow the state’s rising pension costs, leaving state taxpayers on the hook for nearly $250 billion in unfunded public pension liability.
The Murphysboro Education Association (MEA) could walk out on strike as early as Sept. 25 after submitting the group’s last contract proposal to the Illinois Educational Labor Relations Board (ILLRB) earlier this month.