llinois Rep. Camille Lilly recently authored a bill which would impact all Illinois drivers of gas-guzzling vehicles. Her proposed Gas Station Attendant Act states, "No gas may be pumped at a gas station in this State unless it is pumped by a gas station attendant employed at the gas station." She promises her bill will lead to more safety, convenience, and jobs.
President Trump isn’t the only chief executive plagued by leakers. There are plenty of leakers wreaking havoc in the private sector, too, in the form of disgruntled employees, opportunistic competitors, and adversarial attorneys.
Legislation recently filed in the Illinois House of Representatives seeks to ban individuals from pumping their own gas at a filling station. The bill introduced by State Representative Camille Lilly of Cook County would make Illinois the second state in the nation to ban motorists from pumping gas at a filling station.
High school students in Illinois will so have more opportunities to vote during the school day after Gov. J.B. Pritzker signed a measure that allows schools to excuse adult students for 2 hours to go to the polls on election day.
The problem for Alorton and Centreville is not their size. It’s their maladministration. Incompetent and corrupt leadership and an entrenched Democrat Party machine are what are destroying both communities, and many others throughout Illinois.
As I head back to Springfield for the 2020 legislative session I am reminded of the important issues our state is faced with today. The issue I hear most from people in my district lately is, what is the legislature going to do to stop corruption in state government? I could not agree more that something must be done.
Gov. J.B. Pritzker has a narrative he wants Illinoisans to believe: “We are a state on the rise...we were going in the wrong direction, but we are turning the ship in the right direction, and we are powering ourselves forward.”
How Orwellian! A new statewide policy to expand remote access to court records is having the opposite effect: one of those “Ignorance is Strength” situations. In some cases, less may be more, but this isn’t one of them.