The COVID-19 Pandemic challenged our health care systems in ways few thought possible. As the severity of this public health crisis began to unfold, our teams jumped into action to assess how we could aid families in Illinois directly affected by the virus. Through funding from the Illinois Department of Public Health, we were able to conduct research, build partnerships, and ultimately deploy a statewide network and program to help Illinois residents across the state.
The Illinois General Assembly adjourned the first week of veto session, with both chambers canceling Thursday’s scheduled session. The Legislature will return for the second and final week of Veto Session November 29 - December 1.
The Illinois General Assembly begins its six day Fall Veto Session beginning Tuesday, November 15. Veto session will run November 15 – 17 and November 29 – December 1 – note that the House canceled session for Thursday, November 17.
The 2022 midterm elections solidified Illinois as a solidly blue state with Democrats winning big up and down the ticket. Democrats benefited from a huge fundraising advantage as well as the newly drawn congressional and legislative districts which were crafted under their control.
Election Preview: Illinois’ General Election is Tuesday, November 8. While Republicans seem to be picking up momentum elsewhere in the midterm elections, barring any unexpected upsets, Democrats are expected to perform fairly well overall in Illinois on Tuesday. As always, voter turnout will be key.