What happened this session on gerrymandering—what didn’t happen, actually—is a defeat. But it need not be the final word. Factors favoring reform are building. Eventually, they’ll break through.
Greising: Springfield Gridlock Is A Study In How Small We Can Get
A solution to the state’s chronic budget problems languishes while Democrats and Republicans get caught up in petty political infighting.
Not Sitting On Duffs, Controversial Family Resurfaces
The formal name of one Chicago-based labor group is a mouth full: Liquor & Wine Sales Representatives – Tire, Plastic, and Allied Workers Union Local 3.
Let’s Address Illinois’ Government Bloat
Cook County, where I live, has 530 governmental units, more than any other U.S. county. Sangamon has 118.