School Choice Now

A family should not be required to send their child to a failing school simply because of their zip code or their income. Illinois needs to expand its school choice options in order to have truly equal opportunities for all families and not just those who can afford private school tuition or can afford to live in an affluent suburb.

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Pritzker’s $7 Million Question

During Governor Pritzker’s 2018 campaign, he repeatedly promised that he was independent from House Speaker Mike Madigan. But it was obvious that these two were plotting behind closed doors the whole time. Following his election, Pritzker immediately filled nearly 3 dozen prominent roles in his administration with Madigan’s recommended list of hires. Pritzker’s promise to […]

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Return the Madigan Money

Last election cycle Speaker Madigan gave over $21 million to State Representative candidates. After the election, despite corruption and sexual harassment scandals swirling around his office, these candidates returned the favor and loyally voted Madigan in as Speaker. Last week, Speaker Madigan was implicated in a bribery scandal with ComEd after the company admitted it […]

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Looking Back on Madigan Gives Us a Chance to Look Forward in November

By: Matt Rodewald, Director of Communications Just the name Michael Madigan brings out the idea of being a hypocrite. I’m not just talking about Madigan’s feeble effort last week to transfer Illinois’ ethics problems to Donald Trump and Roger Stone. Something the House Speaker did just one day before the explosive court papers that had […]

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Demand Mike Madigan Resign!

It is abundantly clear Mike Madigan cannot be trusted. Madigan’s alleged involvement in a bribery scheme involving ComEd proves he does not have Illinois families’ best interests in mind. He is out for himself, his power and his riches. The graduated income tax initiative he pushed through the legislature would devastate families and small businesses, […]

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