Gov. Pat Quinn
CHICAGO | Gov. Pat Quinn and community leaders gathered Monday in Chicago's Pullman neighborhood to reopen a reconstructed Woodlawn/Doty Avenue, which will lead to one of the South Side's first Walmart Supercenters and an adjacent retail center.
The first tier of the Illiana Corridor project is completed, following extensive public outreach and detailed environmental studies.
Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn leaves an old steel plant site near 116th and Avenue O on Wednesday in Chicago. After a bill signing there, Quinn said he won't be bullied into accepting an Illinois casino expansion bill in its current form.
Chicago 10th Ward Alderman John Pope, right, greets Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn on Wednesday at the old LTV steel works on the South Side for the signing of Senate Bill 1533.
Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn holds up Senate Bill 1533 after signing it into law Wednesday morning on Chicago's South Side. The Chicago Clean Energy project will bring a green technology gasification plant to the area.
Artist renditions of new plant to be located near 116th and Avenue O in Chicago.
SPRINGFIELD, Ill. | Depending on whom you ask, the new state spending plan either spends too much, spends too little or is just right.
SPRINGFIELD | The spokeswoman for Gov. Pat Quinn's budget office has been given a salary boost of more than 47 percent.
SPRINGFIELD | Gov. Pat Quinn dealt what could be a deadly blow Tuesday to efforts to legalize concealed weapons in Illinois.
Andrew Urdiales had his life spared for the second time Wednesday when Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn abolished the death penalty and commuted the death sentences of 15 men on death row.
CHICAGO | Environmental and community activists will converge on the Thompson Center this morning in an effort to urge Gov. Pat Quinn to veto a bill regarding a proposed coal-to-gas plant on the city's Southeast Side.
SPRINGFIELD | The higher fees Illinoisans have paid during the last year for their driver's licenses and registration stickers so far have generated more than $190 million to pay for new roads and bridges.
SPRINGFIELD | Illinois got some good financial news when the U.S. Senate approved billions of dollars in aid for schools and Medicaid.
SPRINGFIELD, Ill. | Adopted people soon may have more access to Illinois documents about their family history.
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