Governor Quinn Delivers 2014 State of the State Address
Introduces Five-Year Blueprint Centered on Jobs, Education and Fairness
SPRINGFIELD – Exactly five years after taking office during an unprecedented triple crisis of government corruption, economic collapse and financial instability, Governor Pat Quinn today delivered his 2014 State of the State, laying out a five-year blueprint for jobs and economic growth in Illinois. The Governor's blueprint calls for creating more jobs, making early childhood education a top priority and building an economy that works for everyone -with specific measures to get the job done.
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Comprehensive Energy Strategy
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Illinois Jobs Action Plan
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