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Illinois Is One Of Four States That Exempt Lawmakers From Revolving Door Policy

ICPR Executive Director Sarah Brune was quoted in this article via – Northern Public Radio “Some Illinois lawmakers – including Elaine Nekritz, Christine Radogno and Tim Bivins – recently resigned or announced they will not run for re-election. Any options…

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Donors With Ties to Troubled Club Gave to Dolton Mayor’s Campaign

ICPR Executive Director Sarah Brune was quoted in this article via- The Chicago Tribune “A liquor license hearing scheduled for Wednesday could decide the future of a troubled Dolton nightclub where five people were shot on Mother’s Day. The Village…

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Democrats Draft Budget With 4 Days Left in Session

ICPR Board Chair Susan Garrett was featured in this new segment via – NBC 5 Chicago View the news segment  

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Sen. Biss Proposes Small Donor Matching for Political Campaigns

The Illinois Campaign for Political Reform was mentioned in this article via Evanston Round Table “The only way to blunt the influence that wealthy donors maintain over government is to return power to the people by amplifying the voice of…

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Morning Spin: Senators Question Todd Ricketts’ Campaign Fundraising Ahead of Confirmation Hearing

The Illinois Campaign for Political Reform was mentioned in this article via Chicago Tribune “What’s on tap *Mayor Rahm Emanuel is set to give an afternoon speech on infrastructure. *Gov. Bruce Rauner is in Peoria for a late morning minority business…

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Biss Would Lower Political Donation Caps

The Illinois Campaign for Political Reform was mentioned in this article via Evanston Now “State Sen. Daniel Biss (D-Evanston) has introduced legislation that would dramatically reduce caps on individual contributions to political campaigns while providing state matching funds for small…

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Chicago Schools CEO Under Fire for Blaming Financial Woes on ‘Trump-like’ Governor

ICPR Executive Director Sarah Brune was quoted in this article via Fox News “Letters to parents about school financial problems are nothing unusual, but one from the head of Chicago Public Schools has created a firestorm of criticism. CPS CEO…

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Illinois Democrats Propose Matching Political Contributions From Small Donors

The Illinois Campaign for Political Reform was mentioned in this article via The Patch “SPRINGFIELD, IL – A law that would limit political donations to $500 per candidate from each contributor as well as provide matching funds to small political…

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Chicago public schools send kids home with ‘political propaganda’ against Trump, GOP

ICPR Executive Director Sarah Brune was quoted in this article via The Blaze “Political watchdog groups are decrying the actions of Chicago Public Schools after a letter sent home to parents criticizing President Trump and the Illinois GOP for ‘cheating’…

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All CPS Students Sent Home with Letter Accusing Gov. Rauner of ‘Cheating’ Kids

ICPR Executive Director Sarah Brune was quoted in this article via WGN “CHICAGO — Intense rhetoric between Chicago democrats and Illinois’ republican governor is nothing new, but some parents are upset it is now being played out in a letter…

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