Illinois State Senate

Illinois (ECWd) - Update: Copy of the proposed Rules (click here and start on page 8) The JOINT COMMITTEE ON ADMINISTRATIVE RULES has the power to stop the Administrative Rules being proposed which would permit police, state, and local health department to mandate "training, warnings, and fines...

Illinois (ECWd) - The Motion for Summary Judgement against Governor Pritzker was filed today in Clay County.  An additional brief is also being filed and we will update with a seperate article once we obtain a copy. While there are many legal positions outlined in the filing,...

Illinois (ECWd) - Illinois Governor JB Pritzker has been issuing executive orders for the last two months, and as people began to understand their rights and push back he took to threats and intimidation in hopes people would comply with his inappropriate and apparent illegal executive...

Illinois (ECWd) - On behalf of the Edgar County Watchdogs Inc., we submitted our written submission to the Office of the Joint Committee on Administrative Rules (JCAR). We are providing a copy of our letter in hopes it will assist others in drafting their letter to JCAR...

Illinois (ECWd) - The JOINT COMMITTEE ON ADMINISTRATIVE RULES has the power to stop the Administrative Rule being proposed which would make criminals out of our state business owners.  We covered this proposed new rule in this article.. According to the JCAR agenda: "If members of the...

Illinois (ECWd) - As the news of the Illinois Governor closing all dine-in restaurants and bars spreads across the state, our phones are ringing off the wall.  The question everyone is asking is, can he do that? The answer to that is complex and we suspect there...

Springfield (ECWd) - In our first article regarding the Right To Garden - HB 4704, there was key language that failed to get included that caused many red flags to be raised on this bill. We urge everyone to read the amended language as it does resolve...

Springfield, IL. (ECWd) - In a Bill that would instantly be struck down by the Supreme Court if enacted, Illinois State Representative Anne Stava-Murray apparently wishes to charge people with a Class 3 felony for using photoshopped imagery in a State or local election. "Synopsis As Introduced Amends...