Gov. Pritzker Announces Key Appointees, Including IDPH and IDVA Directors, U of I Board Members and Staff

Building on a strong team of diverse experts in their fields, Governor JB Pritzker announced the following personnel appointments: STATE AGENCY DIRECTORS Dr. Ngozi Ezike will serve as Director of the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH).* Dr. Ezike is a board-certified internist and pediatrician who comes to IDPH from Read more…

Pritzker-Stratton Administration Continues to Build Strong Leadership Team

Governor-elect JB Pritzker and Lieutenant Governor-elect Juliana Stratton are continuing to build a strong team to lead the state. On January 10th, the governor-elect and lieutenant governor-elect made the following personnel announcements for their incoming administration: Emily Bittner will serve as Deputy Chief of Staff for Communications in the Office of Read more…

Gov.-Elect Pritzker Announces Healthy Children and Families Committee

Governor-elect JB Pritzker announced the formation and members of the Healthy Children and Families Committee of the transition team at Children’s Home and Aid, the first social service agency JB visited while considering his run for governor. The committee is the third of several working groups of the transition made up of subject-matter experts who will advise and guide the incoming Pritzker-Stratton administration. Read more…

Fact-check: Rx Needed for Peter Roskam’s Portrayal of Casten’s Healthcare Stand

In a current Facebook ad, U.S. Rep. Peter Roskam accuses his Democratic challenger of supporting “disastrous health care policies for your family,” among them “doubling premiums,” and “cutting current health care plans.” It’s no surprise that Roskam, a six-term Republican incumbent fighting to keep his 6th District seat in the Read more…

One month Until Election Day. Republicans continue to fail Americans.

ABBREVIATED PUNDIT ROUNDUP    By Georgia Logothetis    We begin today’s roundup with Catherine Rampell at The Washington Post and this very important point: [T]he problem isn’t “Washington.” It isn’t “Congress,” either. The problem is elected officials from a single political party: the GOP.  Republicans in the White House and Congress are the ones Read more…

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