COMPTROLLER SEEKS TO END EXIT, SIGNING BONUSES FOR LAWMAKERS

After a quiet year because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Illinois Statehouse saw more activity this spring when lawmakers returned to Springfield to work on legislation and a state budget during the legislative session.

MARKING A YEAR OF COVID-19


MOST STATE VENDORS PAID WITHIN DAYS OF COMPTROLLER RECEIVING THE BILLS


SUPER BOWL LV WAGERING NETS $1.1M IN REVENUE FOR STATE


ADVOCATES STRESS THE NEED TO ACT QUICKLY DURING CRISIS

A volunteer with the Catholic Charities Meals on Wheels Macon County program loads meals to be delivered to older adults in central Illinois in late April 2020. Employees and volunteers have been on the frontlines during the pandemic to help make sure senior citizens are able to receive nutritious meals. (Photo credit: East Central Illinois Area Agency on Aging)

LARGEST NUMBER OF LOANS IN ILLINOIS WENT TO TRUCKING COMPANIES


CENTRAL COUNTIES HEALTH CENTERS OFFERS WHOLE-HEALTH LIFELINE DURING PANDEMIC

An employee of Central Counties Health Centers receives a COVID-19 vaccine in January 2021. Federally qualified health centers like Central Counties have been vital to providing frontline health care, information, and other services to the community during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. (Photo provided)

$14M UTILIZED AS OF SPRING 2021


ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT NOTES

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