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  1. Article number 1 - 2018 Governor’s Difference Makers Awards
  2. Article number 2 - SOTS: Illinois ready to capitalize on tremendous economic potential
  3. Article number 3 - Goal at Quincy Veterans Home is to further reduce Legionella risks
  4. Article number 4 - Invest in Kids program attracts $36 million on first day
  5. Article number 5 - State rolls back LLC fees
  •  2018 Governor’s Difference Makers Awards Announced

    2018 Governor’s Difference Makers Awards

    ​CHICAGO (Feb. 21, 2018) – Gov. Bruce Rauner honored the recipients of the 2018 Governor’s Difference Makers Awards during a Black History Month celebration at the James R. Thompson Center. The governor and the State of Illinois, in partnership with the Illinois Department of Human Rights and the Illinois Bicentennial Commission, recognized twelve individuals for helping make a difference in their communities and throughout Illinois.​

  •  State of the State: Illinois ready to capitalize on tremendous economic potential

    SOTS: Illinois ready to capitalize on tremendous economic potential

    SPRINGFIELD, IL (Jan. 31, 2018) — Gov. Bruce Rauner said that Illinois is in a "state of readiness" to capitalize on tremendous, but as-yet unrealized, economic potential, citing his administration's advances in ethics policies, education funding, criminal justice reform, spending restraint and technology deployment as the seeds for future growth.​

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    Goal at Quincy Veterans Home is to further reduce Legionella risks

    ​​QUINCY, IL​ (Jan. 10, 2018) — Gov. Bruce Rauner laid out his plan for minimizing Legionella bacteria risks at the Illinois Veterans Home at Quincy, where he spent a week in residence to assess for himself the levels of service and care being provided at the facility.

    The governor spent seven days and nights at the Quincy campus, site of a deadly Legionnaire’s outbreak in 2015.

  •  Invest in Kids program attracts $36 million on first day

    Invest in Kids program attracts $36 million on first day

    SPRINGFIELD, IL (Jan. 3, 2018) — Illinois’ new Invest in Kids scholarship program — which gives low- to middle-income students opportunities to attend non-public schools that best meet their educational goals — attracted more than $36 million in pledged contributions on Tuesday, Jan. 2, the first day the state began accepting applications, Gov. Bruce Rauner announced.

  •  State rolls back LLC fees

    State rolls back LLC fees

    CHICAGO (Dec. 20, 2017) — Gov. Bruce Rauner signed legislation that substantially reduces startup, annual filing and other fees for limited liability companies (LLCs), the organizational structure preferred by many of Illinois’ 1.2 million small businesses.

    The new law will encourage more businesses to form in Illinois rather than go to other states to escape high fees.

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