Senator Chuck Weaver and Representative Ryan Spain will be joined by local business leaders and elected officials October 14 to announce details of a major natural gas infrastructure improvement project in Southern LaSalle County.
Senator Chuck Weaver will be hosting two free community events in October to talk with local residents about community and legislative issues.
“As both a businessman and legislator, I hope I can lend my unique skill set to this important cause,” said Weaver. “I look forward to working with colleagues, stakeholders, and members of the business community to increase participation for disadvantaged, minority and women-owned business enterprises.”
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Happy Labor Day!
Senator Chuck Weaver is hosting a Town Hall August 27 in Galesburg.
Senator Chuck Weaver is hosting a free Coffee & Conversation August 22 at Big Catz BBQ, 221 E. Main St. in Knoxville.
Free health screenings and information about programs that benefit senior citizens will be featured at the Senior Health and Information Fair Aug. 21 in Metamora being sponsored by Senator Chuck Weaver and Representative Ryan Spain.
Millions of Illinoisans impacted by the 2017 Equifax breach could soon be in line for a cash payment, as the credit monitoring company announced during the week a federal lawsuit settlement that includes restitution for consumers impacted by the breach.
In the wake of a recent federal Supreme Court ruling, Senate Republicans are renewing their call to pass a state Constitutional Amendment to allow voters to decide who draws legislative boundary maps.
Senator Chuck Weaver is hosting a free Coffee & Conversation July 25 at Konz Restaurant, 112 S. Main St. in Walnut.
Recent strong earthquakes in California are prompting calls for earthquake awareness from the Illinois Emergency Management Agency (IEMA), which is also focusing this month on young people learning how to prepare for all emergency situations.
Happy Independence Day!
Senator Chuck Weaver is hosting a Town Hall July 2 at the Kewanee Community Unit School District #229 Office.
The United States Supreme Court ruled on June 27 that courts have no role in deciding whether state legislative and federal Congressional maps are drawn for the benefit of a certain political party, a decision that Senate Republicans say further underscores the need for the Illinois General Assembly to approve a state constitutional amendment to allow for fair maps in Illinois.
Governor Pritzker has included additional counties in his disaster proclamation. On June 20, Henry and Knox Counties were added to the growing list of counties impacted by historic rainfall and flooding.
Motorists who text while driving will face tougher penalties as Illinois’ law regarding the use of hand-held devices behind the wheel takes effect on July 1.
Senator Chuck Weaver is hosting Coffee & Conversation June 19 at The Woodhull Travel Plaza, 536 Oxford Ave. in Woodhull.
As summer nears, bills from the spring legislative session are now being signed into law – beginning with a controversial measure to expand abortion in Illinois, and a reinstatement of the five-hour school day minimum.
Senator Chuck Weaver is hosting Coffee & Conversation June 7 at The Phenix Township Building, 14850 N. 2550 Ave. in Geneseo.
Senator Chuck Weaver released the following statement after voting against a Fiscal Year 2020 state budget bill, including $3 billion in new spending.
Honoring those who made the ultimate sacrifice for freedom
Despite the May 31 adjournment of the regularly scheduled spring legislative session rapidly approaching, a great deal of work remains on controversial legislation, and the resolution of many major issues is unclear.
Controversy continues to swirl around Governor J.B. Pritzker’s plan to legalize the recreational use of marijuana for adults in Illinois, while a great deal of work remains on several other pressing issues that will also affect the state budget, with just two weeks left in the spring session.
Controversy surrounding Governor J.B. Pritzker’s plan to legalize recreational cannabis dominated the week, while a Monetary Award Program (MAP) grant expansion proposal that could cost current college students tuition assistance also generated headlines.
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