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New laws taking effect in 2024

January 8, 2024

In 2024, Illinoisans will see more than 300 new laws take effect. https://www.thecaucusblog.com/2......

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We need to fix our Fiscal Priorities in Illinois

December 21, 2023

We have all the resources it takes to grow our state if we implement good public policy to utiliz......

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Bill of Rights Day

December 15, 2023

On December 15th, 1791, the United States of America ratified the Bill of Rights, which included ......

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Treasurer Pappas posts property tax bills online and gives taxpayers a preview of amounts due March 1

December 14, 2023

Cook County property owners have no need to wait for their next property tax bills to arrive in t......

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Happy birthday to the U.S. National Guard!

December 13, 2023

Happy birthday to the U.S. National Guard! Established in 1636, the National Guard is the oldest......

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Operation Rising Spirit

December 11, 2023

You can bring some holiday cheer to our nation’s heroes this year by joining “Operation Risin......

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Planes, Trains, & Automobiles: A Thanksgiving Classic Filmed in Illinois

November 15, 2023

It’s a Thanksgiving classic many Illinoisans sit down to every year with pumpkin pie or mugs of......

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The Spirit of Giving This Thanksgiving

November 14, 2023

The Thanksgiving season brings us back to warm memories, recipes, and loved ones. However, this t......

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2023 Holiday Season Hiring Expected to be Lowest in 15 Years

November 13, 2023

According to a report from CNN Business, retailers in the U.S. are expected to add just 410,000......

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Rep Stephens

ABOUT BRAD STEPHENS

Lifelong resident and supporter of the 20th District, Representative Bradley A. Stephens was sworn in on June 29, 2019.

Stephens concurrently serves as the CEO of one of the most successful municipalities in the nation, Rosemont, Illinois. Prior to becoming mayor, Brad Stephens served the Village of Rosemont as a member of its Board of Trustees for 18 years.
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