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End This Moral Disaster
We have a housing crisis here in Illinois. Working families are finding themselves unable to keep up with skyrocketing rents and forced to leave the neighborhoods they’ve lived in for generations. Illinois Republicans, fueled by powerful lobbyists, passed the Rent Control Preemption Act in 1997. This law took decision-making power away from our communities and
Today, we reflect on the struggles and triumphs of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. with the hope that his example recommits us to achieving the dream — the promise of liberty and justice for all. Dr. King understood that the link between injustice and economic inequality could not be ignored, and spent his life fighting
Daniel Biss issues statement after ISBE criticized Rauner’s Amendatory Veto of SB 444
Daniel Biss released the following statement after the Illinois State Board of Education criticized Bruce Rauner for his amendatory veto of SB 444, the bill to fix errors in SB 1947, and for creating disruption for the agency and all 852 school districts. “After jeopardizing public school funding by vetoing SB1 and then diverting tax
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Daniel is fighting for an Illinois for all of us
Building an Illinois that works for all of us
Illinois needs a fair economy where all Illinoisans have the chance to prosper. This requires enacting protections for all residents, and ending special treatment of the ultra-wealthy.
Investing In People
People and jobs are leaving Illinois every day. Giving them a reason to stay means investing in the things that help Illinoisans flourish. Funding schools and healthcare, protecting the environment, and keeping communities safe—these all need to be priorities. Springfield must create financial stability, take care of residents, and invest in communities.
Respecting All Illinoisans
Protecting Illinois values and communities
Illinois’ diversity is what makes it a place of opportunity. Whenever communities are under attack, by discrimination or disinvestment, Illinois must fight back.
Fight money and the machine
Ensuring all Illinoisans have a seat at the table
The way government works in Illinois isn’t by accident. With unlimited amounts of money poured into campaigns, only the wealthy remain influential, and politicians only represent a portion of the population. This is why making a fundamental change in Illinois means going after both money and the machine.