The numbers don't add up, Dem lt gov candidate says
An Illinois appellate court has agreed to hear an expedited appeal of a ruling that banned a question on term limits from the November ballot.
Paul Schimpf: Part of the new law is indefensible
Local government would raise them by referendum only
Campaign says it's not over
Rauner-owned facilities, Quinn agencies both blamed
Income tax is a Republican creation, they remind us
Rauner spokesman: "stunt"
Quinn testifying would be logical, says former Illinois GOP chair
The Associated Press has learned Illinois Treasurer Dan Rutherford fired three top administrators after an investigation by the treasurer's inspector general.
The Quinn campaign trotted out Lt. Gov. Sheila Simon Monday to build pressure on Republican governor candidate Bruce Rauner to release his tax returns.
Urges 'yes' vote on non-binding referendum
GOP: It's a gimmick
GOP candidate takes advantage of laws to lessen his tax burden
Details, including how many, still being worked out
Republicans say it's a gimmick to help majority Democrats
Republicans are criticizing Gov. Pat Quinn over hiring troubles at his Transportation Department, where he replaced director Ann Schneider.
The new law only applies to the November election.
A Cook County judge has ruled that signature-driven ballot measures calling for legislative term limits and a new political redistricting process can't appear on the November ballot.
A ruling on whether Illinois' pension overhaul law is constitutional could be delayed until next year.