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  1. Article number 1 - Illinois leads Midwest in clean energy job gains
  2. Article number 2 - Governor, safety leaders launch safe-driving campaign
  3. Article number 3 - Governor tours specialty hospital construction site in Rockford
  4. Article number 4 - Gov. Rauner launches 24/7 helpline to combat opioid epidemic, help Illinoisans in crisis
  5. Article number 5 - Gov. Rauner congratulates volunteers at Hometown Awards
  •  Illinois leads Midwest in clean energy job gains

    Illinois leads Midwest in clean energy job gains

    CHICAGO (Dec. 6, 2017) — The Land of Lincoln is the Midwestern leader in the charge to add clean energy jobs.

    That was the message Gov. Bruce Rauner delivered this afternoon during a gathering of innovators and business leaders at the Environmental Entrepreneurs (E2) and Clean Energy Trust reception at the Mayer Brown law offices on South Wacker Drive in Chicago. The reception coincided with the one-year anniversary of the governor’s signing of Illinois’ Future Energy Jobs Act.​

  •  Governor, safety leaders launch safe-driving campaign

    Governor, safety leaders launch safe-driving campaign

    ​SCHILLER PARK (Dec. 6, 2017) — Gov. Bruce Rauner is teaming up with Illinois safety leaders to drive home the importance of the state's Move Over law.

    To launch the new "Give Them Distance" campaign, the governor gathered with leaders from the Illinois Tollway, the Illinois Department of Transportation, the Illinois State Police, AAA, the Mid-West Truckers Association and Secretary of State Jesse White's office. The campaign launch took place at the O'Hare Oasis in Schiller Park.​

  •  Governor tours specialty hospital construction site in Rockford

    Governor tours specialty hospital construction site in Rockford

    ROCKFORD, IL (Dec. 5, 2017) — Gov. Bruce Rauner toured Mercyhealth’s multimillion-dollar medical complex under construction in Rockford, where leading-edge care and hundreds of high-quality jobs will advance the physical and economic health of Illinoisans.

    "This is so impressive," Rauner said of progress at the site, where groundbreaking took place in June 2016 on a 451,000-square-foot, three-wing, six-story hospital and a five-story, 81,500-square-foot medical center.​​

  •  Gov. Rauner launches 24/7 helpline to combat opioid epidemic, help Illinoisans in crisis

    Gov. Rauner launches 24/7 helpline to combat opioid epidemic, help Illinoisans in crisis

    CHICAGO (Dec. 5, 2017) — Gov. Bruce Rauner today announced the launch of a statewide helpline to provide immediate assistance for those impacted by addiction to opioids and other substances.

    The helpline will provide a confidential outlet for individuals experiencing opioid use disorders, their families and anyone affected by the disease 24 hours a day, seven days a week.​ To reach the helpline, individuals can call 1-833-2FINDHELP.​

  •  Gov. Rauner congratulates volunteers at Hometown Awards

    Gov. Rauner congratulates volunteers at Hometown Awards

    SPRINGFIELD, IL (Nov. 8, 2017) — Volunteers who have improved their communities in impactful and significant ways were honored at the Governor’s Hometown Awards ceremony at the Old State Capitol.

    Macon County won this year’s Governor’s Cup for creating one of the largest one-day food drives in the nation through the WSOY Community Food Drive project. The event supplied the community food banks for an entire year, and in 2016 the WSOY Community Food Drive raised 1.4 million pounds of food.​

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