Women will no longer have to see a doctor to get birth control in Illinois.
Illinois Governor JB Pritzker and Lt. Governor Juliana Stratton announced on Monday they will be running for a second term next year.
Gov. JB Pritzker signed four bills into law Thursday, including one that makes Illinois the first state in the nation to ban police from lying to children during interrogations.
It comes after a lot of controversy and outrage about the program. There are zero minority owned or even female owned dispensaries in the state.
Gov. J.B. Pritzker signed the Teaching Equitable Asian American History Act into law Friday, making Illinois the first state in the country to require a unit of Asian American history to be taught in public schools.
Longtime Chicago Ald. Carrie Austin and her chief of staff have pleaded not guilty to bribery charges.
Governor JB Pritzker on Tuesday signed a bill into law that expands healthcare for Illinois residents.
College athletes in Illinois can profit from endorsements and hire agents under a plan signed into law Tuesday by Gov. J.B. Pritzker.
Gov. J.B. Pritzker signed a $42 billion spending plan for Illinois on Thursday that includes $2.5 billion in spending from a multiyear federal relief package.
"The cancer in the prostate does not have to be a death sentence."
On Wednesday, Governor JB Pritzker threw down a political marker after state lawmakers failed to approve a 900-page energy proposal that has electric utility giant Exelon renewing its threat to shut down two nuclear power plants in Illinois.
When Illinois lawmakers reconvene in the state capitol on Tuesday, at the top of their agenda will be an energy bill that includes utility reform.
Illinois Republican leaders filed a federal lawsuit Wednesday challenging new legislative district boundaries that were drawn and approved by Democrats who control state government, saying residents were “robbed” of a fair and transparent process for creating maps that will be used for elections over the next decade.
Nine-hundred pages of energy legislation pending in the Illinois State Capitol also contains a rate increase for electricity consumers. The only question: just how big will it be?
Gov. J.B. Pritzker on Friday signed a law establishing legislative district maps to govern elections for the next 10 years after promising as a candidate that he would veto maps drawn by politicians.
The General Assembly's watchdog says Illinois Rep. Chris Miller did not help incite the Jan. 6 Capitol Riot.
Mayor Lightfoot Wednesday launched a last-ditch effort to persuade the Illinois House to reject a State Senate plan to have Chicago voters elect members of the Board of Education.
McHenry Township Clerk Danielle Aylward paid her taxes in single dollar bills in 2016 as part of a tax protest. She says that sparked her run for McHenry Township Clerk.
The Illinois State Senate on Tuesday approved a proposal to elect members of the Chicago Board of Education.
While critics complain the new state budget is actually a half-billion dollars out of balance, Illinois Governor JB Pritzker took a victory lap Tuesday afternoon.