Bruce Rauner

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  1. Article number 1 - MAP grant change helps colleges keep Illinois students in the state
  2. Article number 2 - Rauner enacts legislation to streamline services for veterans
  3. Article number 3 - Governor Rauner signs education package to reduce teacher shortage in Illinois
  4. Article number 4 - New law brings hundreds of state jobs back to Sangamon County
  5. Article number 5 - New law removes small business barrier
  •  Governor Rauner signs HB 5020

    MAP grant change helps colleges keep Illinois students in the state

    Gov. Bruce Rauner signed legislation today that gives the state's colleges and universities tools they need to attract in-state students with improved financial aid plans, a more liberal application of credit transfers, and increased student counseling supports.


  •  Rauner enacts legislation to streamline services for veterans

    Rauner enacts legislation to streamline services for veterans

    ​Legislation signed by Gov. Bruce Rauner streamlines veteran identification services and makes it easier for homeless veterans to access needed medical benefits. Rauner also made Nov. 4th GI Bill of Rights Day to pay tribute to the American Legion committee, chaired by the 29th Governor of Illinois, that wrote the historic Serviceman's Readjustment Act of 1944.

  •  Governor Rauner signs education package to reduce teacher shortage in Illinois

    Governor Rauner signs education package to reduce teacher shortage in Illinois

    ​On Kids' Day at the Illinois State Fair, Governor Bruce Rauner continued his commitment to improve educational outcomes for students across the state, signing legislation to address Illinois teacher shortage, cut red tape for educators and provide military spouses with more teaching opportunities.

  •  State Capitol Building

    New law brings hundreds of state jobs back to Sangamon County

    ​Gov. Bruce Rauner followed through with his promise to bring state jobs back to the capital city with the signing of House Bill 4295. The legislation moves hundreds of state jobs to Springfield.

  •  New law that removes small business barrier

    New law removes small business barrier

    ​A new law signed by Gov. Bruce Rauner does away with an archaic and burdensome obstacle to small business development throughout the state. Senate Bill 2436, which passed both Houses with strong bipartisan support, places such exemptions back into the hands of local liquor commissioners, effective immediately.

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