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  1. Article number 1 - Governor Rauner Reform Agenda
  2. Article number 2 - Governor Highlights New Cadet Illinois State Police Classes
  3. Article number 3 - Governor Highlights and Reaffirms Commitment to Strengthening Illinois' Ethical Standards
  4. Article number 4 - Governor Takes Action to Protect Taxpayers
  5. Article number 5 - Vendor Contracted by Illinois Department of Employment Security Data Breached
  •  Governor Rauner Reform Agenda

    Governor Rauner Reform Agenda

    SPRINGFIELD, IL – Every day, I am working to bring needed reforms to our great state, including term limits, lower property taxes, more jobs, education reform and pension reform.

  •  Governor Highlights New Cadet Illinois State Police Classes

    Governor Highlights New Cadet Illinois State Police Classes

    SPRINGFIELD, IL – Governor Bruce Rauner highlighted the approval of two Illinois State Police (ISP) Cadet classes, and reaffirmed the administration's continued support for the ISP and public safety. He proclaimed April 1, 2017 Illinois State Police Day in Illinois to honor the 95th anniversary of the creation of the ISP.

    "We have the best state police in the nation," Governor Rauner said.

  •  Governor Highlights and Reaffirms Commitment to Strengthening Illinois' Ethical Standards

    Governor Highlights and Reaffirms Commitment to Strengthening Illinois' Ethical Standards

    SPRINGFIELD, IL – Governor Bruce Rauner today discussed the changes his administration has made to create a more ethical and responsive government with the state ethics officers at the Executive Ethics Commission's Ethics Officer Conference at the University of Illinois-Springfield.

    "Reforming the reputation and effectiveness of Illinois government is due in large part to the work of our state ethics officers," Governor Rauner said.

  •  Governor Takes Action to Protect Taxpayers

    Governor Takes Action to Protect Taxpayers

    CHICAGO – In an effort to protect taxpayers, Governor Bruce Rauner today vetoed legislation that creates a five-year pension funding fiscal cliff for Chicago's municipal and laborer pension funds that will lead to increased taxes for residents in the City of Chicago in 2023 and beyond.

    "This is another kick-the-can approach to pension funding that landed Chicago in fiscal crisis in the first place," Governor Rauner said.

  •  Vendor Contracted by Illinois Department of Employment Security Data Breached

    Vendor Contracted by Illinois Department of Employment Security Data Breached

    The Illinois Department of Employment Security notified the Illinois General Assembly of confirmation that one of its vendors experienced a data breach affecting approximately 1.4 million Illinois job seekers, according to the vendor’s current estimate. The vulnerability was not the result of any deficiency in software maintained by the State of Illinois and may have impacted ten states.

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