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  1. Article number 1 - Governor Quinn Proclaims “Jackie Robinson West Championship Day”
  2. Article number 2 - Governor Quinn Signs Law to Stop Discrimination Against Pregnant Women in the Workplace
  3. Article number 3 - Governor Quinn Vetoes Uber Bill
  4. Article number 4 - Governor Quinn and Ice Bucket Challenge Creator Pat Quinn Join to Encourage Support for ALS Research
  5. Article number 5 - Governor Quinn Signs Law to Help Prevent Concussions Among High School Athletes
  •  Governor Quinn Proclaims “Jackie Robinson West Championship Day”Governor Quinn Proclaims “Jackie Robinson West Championship Day”

    CHICAGO – Governor Pat Quinn proclaimed today “Jackie Robinson West Championship Day” in honor of the baseball team from Chicago’s South Side that won the U.S. Championship and was runner up in the Little League World Series. Jackie Robinson West defeated Nevada to become the U.S. Champions and advanced to play South Korea in the World Series, for the culmination of an amazing season.

  •  Governor Quinn Signs Law to Stop Discrimination Against Pregnant Women in the WorkplaceGovernor Quinn Signs Law to Stop Discrimination Against Pregnant Women in the Workplace

    CHICAGO – Governor Pat Quinn today announced he has signed a landmark new law that will fight the widespread but often overlooked practice of discrimination against pregnant women in the workplace. The law provides job protections for pregnant women and requires that reasonable accommodations be made in the workplace so expectant mothers can continue working without fear for their health or the health of their child. Today’s action is part of Governor Quinn’s agenda to ensuring full equality for women in Illinois.

  •  Governor Quinn Vetoes Uber BillGovernor Quinn Vetoes Uber Bill

    CHICAGO – Governor Pat Quinn today vetoed House Bill 4075, also known as the “Uber bill.” The bill would have imposed statewide regulations on commercial ridesharing and prevented local governments across Illinois from adopting rules that fit their respective communities. Today’s action is part of Governor Quinn’s agenda to protect consumers, create jobs and drive Illinois’ economy forward.

    "The principle of home rule is an important one," Governor Quinn said. "I am vetoing this legislation because it would have mandated a one-size-fits-all approach to a service that is best regulated at the local level.”

  •  Governor Quinn and Ice Bucket Challenge Creator Pat Quinn Join to Encourage Support for ALS ResearchGovernor Quinn and Ice Bucket Challenge Creator Pat Quinn Join to Encourage Support for ALS Research

    CHICAGO – Governor Pat Quinn today was joined by Pat Quinn, creator of the amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) “Ice Bucket Challenge,” the North Lawndale Eagles football team and the ALS Association Greater Chicago Chapter Executive Director Julie Sharp to raise awareness for the ALS Association. The Governor also proclaimed August 20 as “Ice Bucket Challenge Day” in Illinois and issued the following statement:

    “Today I welcome New York native Pat Quinn to the Land of Lincoln and thank him for all his hard work in raising much-needed awareness and funds for ALS research.

  •  Governor Quinn Signs Law to Help Prevent Concussions Among High School AthletesGovernor Quinn Signs Law to Help Prevent Concussions Among High School Athletes

    OAK PARK – Governor Pat Quinn today signed legislation to help reduce and prevent concussions among high school athletes. The law requires training on concussion awareness and reduction for high school athletic directors and coaches. Today's action is part of Governor Quinn’s agenda to protect and improve the health of the people of Illinois.

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Financial Reporting Standards Board

The Governor's Office is joining with the Office of the Comptroller, the Office of Management & Budget, the Department of Human Services, the Department of Revenue and the Department of Corrections to begin the process of modernizing the State's Financial Accounting Systems.