The U.S. Supreme Court's ruling this weak overturning a decades-old decision allowing unions to charge non-members for lobbying seems to belong a world away, ideologically, from the one in 1977 that said such fees were constitutional.
The City of Champaign is proud to announce that it has once again been awarded a Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting by the Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada (GFOA) for the City’s Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR).
The International Trade Center at the Smalll Business Development Center in Champaign County recently was recognized with an "Export Awareness and Development" award from the state, making the organization one of 15 honored as part of the 2018 Governor’s Export Awards.
Minority entrepreneurs will have the chance to strengthen the state’s start-up and small business community by applying for the 2018 Advancing the Development of Minority Entrepreneurship (ADME) program.
Helia Healthcare Champaign, a 118-bed skilled care facility in Greater C-U, was cited by the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) for violations of the Nursing Home Care Act in the first quarter of 2018.
"Can you hear me now?" will no longer be the question in the Prairie State. Gov. Bruce Rauner was loud and clear Thursday when announcing the Small Wireless Facilities Development Act, which he signed with Republican lawmakers at this side.
Dan Caulkins laments that Illinois lawmakers' push to criminalize right-to-work zones is indicative of the way too many legislators have lost their way and are now resulting to “gotcha politics” to cover their tracks.
Illinois state government lowered its fees for forming and maintaining Limited Liability Companies (LLCs). Setting up an LLC now costs $150, down from $500. And maintaining one costs $75, down from $250 per year.
While most Illinoisans suffer under the strain of joblessness and an increasingly higher tax burden, the state continues to pay enormous severance packages, the Better Government Association (BGA) contends.
The one-year, $365,000 sabbatical paid to a former University of Illinois chancellor is an example of the type of wasteful spending that needs to be eliminated in Illinois, the Better Government Association (BGA) contended recently.