Senator Chuck Weaver joins the Capitol Report podcast January 9 to discuss the inauguration of the 101st General Assembly, and what the challenges and opportunities are for lawmakers.
Senator Chuck Weaver says the convening of the 101st General Assembly January 9 signals a renewed commitment to facing the challenges and welcoming the opportunities awaiting Illinois.
Let us pledge to work together in the New Year to make our communities and our state better for future generations of Illinoisans!
When the clock strikes midnight on January 1, 253 new laws will take effect in the state of Illinois.
As Illinoisans from Cairo to Chicago celebrate the New Year, 253 new laws will take effect on January 1.
As citizens throughout Illinois toast the New Year, more than 250 new laws will take effect on January 1.
The 1000# Project kicked off Nov. 15 at the Caterpillar Visitors Center in Peoria, as part of our Developing Tomorrow’s Leaders Conference. An estimated 200 people turned out at our second annual event, and we couldn't be more energized by the ideas and enthusiasm of those who attended!
The 1000# Project kicks off tonight on the third floor of the Caterpillar Visitors Center at 110 SW Washington St. in Peoria, as part of Senator Chuck Weaver’s second annual Developing Tomorrow’s Leaders Conference.
Make sure you are among the community leaders at the "Developing Tomorrow’s Leaders Conference" November 15 at Caterpillar Visitors Center.
Limited spaces are still available for Senator Chuck Weaver's "Developing Tomorrow’s Leaders Conference" Nov. 15 at Caterpillar Visitors Center.
Students are busy with school. Farmers are in the fields harvesting their crops. Sports fans are focused on World Series baseball, and high school, college and NFL football. Community organizations and groups are in full swing. People have a lot of responsibilities, and I very much appreciate when they take time out of their busy schedules to come to our community events and talk with our team.
Senator Chuck Weaver will host a Town Hall October 22, from 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. at Dunlap High School Town Center, 5220 West Legion Hall Road.
The public is encouraged by State Sen. Chuck Weaver (R-Peoria) to submit a tribute and a photo of their loved ones who served in the armed forces, which will be displayed on the Veterans Day “Wall of Honor” in the Illinois Capitol Nov. 5-16.
In just three years, the number of kindergarten through 12th grade school districts in Illinois able to access the internet at speeds of 100 kbps per student has improved by 25 percent—going from 71 percent to 96 percent. The report, done by EducationSuperHighway, tracks progress toward K-12 connectivity across the United States.
Building on its initial success in 2017, the second annual Developing Tomorrow’s Leaders Conference will offer attendees the opportunity to network with leaders in business, education, and numerous other fields, and serve as a resource for current and future professionals in all industries.
Head to Tanners Orchard in Speer on Wednesday, October 10 from 8 – 9 AM for a cup of joe and casual conversation with Senator Chuck Weaver.
If you are planning on hunting or trapping this year, make sure you know all the dates, limits, and application periods before you go.
Thank you to those residents who took time out of a busy Tuesday morning and came to One Eleven Coffee in Wyoming for our Coffee & Conversation.
One Eleven Coffee in Wyoming is the place to be Tuesday morning!
Mark your calendars for the second annual Developing Tomorrow’s Leaders Conference on the evening of November 15, at the Caterpillar Visitors Center!
Senator Chuck Weaver will host a free Coffee & Conversation in Wyoming on September 25, from 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. at One Eleven Coffee, 111 N. 7th Street.
9/11 Never Forgotten
Senator Chuck Weaver has been named a “Champion of Free Enterprise” by the Illinois Chamber of Commerce for his support of legislation designed to strengthen the state’s jobs climate.
You are invited to attend our Town Hall at the Galesburg Public Library on August 29, from 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
High school students will soon have another option to help prepare them for their future careers, thanks to a new law sponsored by Senator Chuck Weaver.
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