For many Hoosier seniors, a better option would be to receive care at home in a familiar, comfortable, nurturing environment.
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ANDERSON — Rep. Victoria Spartz said she is working to find common ground with Republicans in the U.S. House to work in a bipartisan way.
SPRINGFIELD – Legislation that would overhaul sex education in Illinois and a measure to decriminalize the transmission of HIV were among seve…
SPRINGFIELD – The Illinois Senate worked through a long list of bills Thursday as lawmakers prepared to enter the final stretch of the 2021 session.
Gov. JB Pritzker’s office unveiled a 900-page energy overhaul bill Wednesday, accelerating a yearslong negotiating process which advocates hope will end in a comprehensive clean energy platform as the session nears its final month.
Gov. JB Pritzker declared health care “a right, not a privilege” Tuesday as he signed a massive reform bill backed by the Illinois Legislative Black Caucus, the last of four policy pillars introduced as part of an anti-racism agenda last year.
In one of the last bills of the 2021 session, the two-year state budget received some of the most bipartisan support in recent years. Across both chambers, just five members voted against the Republican-sponsored bill after a last-minute $1.9 billion infusion of new money into K-12 education.
After passing through Indiana’s House and Senate, an “abortion reversal” bill that endangers women went to Gov. Eric Holcomb’s desk last week for approval.
A bill that would allow businesses and individuals to push back on mandates from county health officials heads to Gov. Eric Holcomb’s desk for his signature.
ANDERSON – Indiana Sen. Mike Braun is among the lawmakers who have introduced legislation to revive an Occupational Safety and Health Administration program that encourages business to adopt rigorous health and safety standards for their employees.