Utlities that make billing mistakes will no longer be able to come after customers to rectify their own errors thanks to a bill sponsored by Rep. Joe Sosnowski (R-Rockford) and turned into law recently, according to a press release.
The Cook County tax on sweetened beverages could lead to a $1.3 billion loss in economic activity, according to Rep. Joe Sosnowski (R-Rockford), who has sponsored legislation to repeal the measure, according to a press release.
Rep. Joe Sosnowski (R-Rockford) will host this year’s Kids’ Health and Safety Fair on Aug. 5 at Rockford Christian School, giving families the chance to learn about the services and programs offered by dozens of agencies, organizations and businesses.
While state lawmakers ended a two-year budget impasse, the measures adopted by the Illinois Legislature will not fix the state's fiscal mess, an analyst who co-wrote a paper that places the state 49th in long-run solvency told the Sangamon Sun.
Illinois’ economy will take decades to recover from the state’s current pension and workers’ compensation obligations, to say nothing of the debts continually being added because of a significant lack of reform, according to a blistering analysis from Chicago attorney Eugene Keefe.