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  1. Article number 1 - Governor Announces Appointments to Illinois Bicentennial Commission
  2. Article number 2 - Rauner Administration Moves to Establish Workplace Task Forces
  3. Article number 3 - Governor Rauner Holds Townhall to Discuss Economic Reforms
  4. Article number 4 - Rauner Administration Moves to Improve Outcomes for Dually-Involved Youth
  •  Governor Announces Appointments to Illinois Bicentennial Commission

    Governor Announces Appointments to Illinois Bicentennial Commission

    ​CHICAGO – Governor Bruce Rauner announced today, on the eve of the state’s 198th birthday, he has made appointments to the Illinois Bicentennial Commission. On September 20, Governor Rauner signed Executive Order 2016-11 to create the new Illinois Bicentennial Commission and the Governor's Office of the Illinois Bicentennial to lead the planning for the celebration of the state's 200th birthday.

  •  Rauner Administration Moves to Establish Workplace Task Forces

    Rauner Administration Moves to Establish Workplace Task Forces

    SPRINGFIELD, IL – Governor Bruce Rauner today announced the creation of two task forces aimed at improving workplace environments for state employees. The Health and Safety Task Force and the Workplace Violence Task Force, both part of the state’s last, best and final offer and proposed by the union during contract negotiations, will be comprised of representatives from the administration and the union.

  •  Governor Rauner Holds Townhall to Discuss Economic Reforms

    Governor Rauner Holds Townhall to Discuss Economic Reforms

    CHICAGO - Governor Bruce Rauner, joined by leaders from Illinois Black Chamber of Commerce, Chicagoland Chamber of Commerce, Illinois Chamber of Commerce, Associated Builders and Contractors, and the National Federation of Independent Business, today discussed reforms to create jobs, lower property taxes and improve our schools during an employee town hall at The Will Group Manufacturing Facility in Chicago.

  • Rauner Administration Moves to Improve Outcomes for Dually-Involved Youth

    ​Governor Bruce Rauner and Illinois Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS) Director George Sheldon today announced the next step to improving outcomes for youth who are involved in both the child welfare and juvenile justice systems through a first-of-its-kind pay for success initiative.

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