Illinois households that moved out of state earned $19,600 more, on average, than those who moved in during the 2014-2015 tax year.View Report
The speaker is nationally unique in his ability to control politics and policy.
In his 17th term leading the Illinois House of Representatives, Madigan has broken the record as the longest-serving House speaker in modern U.S. history.
A federal judge has cleared the way for a lawsuit filed by a 2016 primary opponent of House Speaker Mike Madigan, which alleges discrimination by the speaker for filing “sham candidates.”
No Americans trust their state government less than Illinoisans.
A post-mortem on Illinois’ 2017 regular legislative session shows missed opportunities for taxpayer savings.
Madigan has now controlled his chamber as speaker for more than 11,900 days.
The House speaker’s spokesman claims the session is not a political move.
The speaker’s prowess for political longevity is unmatched in modern America.
Madigan, Martwick and Mautino are cogs in a well-oiled political machine that continues to enrich Illinois' political class at the expense of taxpayers.
The Illinois House of Representatives has completed an override of Gov. Bruce Rauner’s veto of a budget plan, including multibillion-dollar tax increases.