Gov. Bruce Rauner


Gov. Bruce Rauner says he will propose reversing last year's income tax increase in a "step-down" process that will cover several years.


  Conservative activists and legislators pressing a lawsuit against publicly funded abortions in Illinois are seeking an emergency injunction to prevent the law from taking effect Monday.

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Illinois has turned to an online database to help form policy decisions on health, safety, education and work opportunities for residents younger than 25.

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It's the start of a critical time for candidates running for office in Illinois next year.

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The Illinois General Assembly returns to work, and the Senate will likely take up legislation to require monthly reporting of overdue bills.

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Gov. Bruce Rauner says action to ban local "right-to-work" zones is "a damaging loss for the economic competitiveness of Illinois."

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The 2018 Illinois governor's race is on pace to be the most expensive in U.S. history, propelled by a wealthy Republican incumbent and a billionaire Democrat.

Illinois will not be the home of a $1.6 billion manufacturing plant the automakers Toyota and Mazda plan to build in the United States.

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Members of Gov. Bruce Rauner's new Opioid Prevention and Intervention Task Force are touring Illinois to gather information about the opioid epidemic in the hopes of bringing down the number of overdose deaths.

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Illinois Gov. Bruce Rauner is replacing his chief of staff after just 13 weeks. Kristina Rasmussen resigned Friday.