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Energy reform bills ‘on the back burner’ as session nears adjournment Energy reform bills ‘on the back burner’ as session nears adjournment

Energy reform bills ‘on the back burner’ as session nears adjournment

As the General Assembly moves toward its May 31 adjournment with issues such as a state budget, graduated income tax, and the legalization of sports gambling and recreational marijuana still to be decided, an ambitious package of energy market reforms will likely have to wait until the fall veto session or later before moving forward.

Byrd: Enforcement, education needed to change driving behaviors Byrd: Enforcement, education needed to change driving behaviors

Byrd: Enforcement, education needed to change driving behaviors

A House amendment made to Senate Bill 1862 would create the Scott’s Law Fund. According to the bill, the fund would be used to produce materials related to educating drivers “on approaching stationary authorized emergency vehicles.” It’s been a difficult year for the Illinois State Police, which has had to deal with the deaths of Troopers Brooke Jones-Story, Jerry Ellis...
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