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Latest Pat Quinn Items
Celeste Castillo, a Guatemalan immigrant, was invited to a news conference with Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn and Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius early last year to help promote enrollment in the country's new health insurance marketplaces.
Venture capitalist Bruce Rauner (ROW'-nur) has told a group of business leaders he'd be a much-needed advocate for them if elected Illinois governor.
Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn has criticized his Republican opponent's lack of specifics on a state budget plan.
Gov. Pat Quinn says a move by a legislative committee to grant subpoena powers to investigate his troubled anti-violence program is "politics as usual."
Gov. Pat Quinn says he didn't know a Cook County politician's husband - hired to oversee millions of dollars for an anti-violence program - was convicted of writing bad checks.
Two Illinois firefighters killed in the line of duty last year were honored for their bravery at a ceremony in Springfield.
Cook County Circuit Clerk Dorothy Brown helped manage an organization linked to Gov. Pat Quinn's troubled 2010 anti-violence program that received state funds, a position she described Tuesday as an unpaid volunteer accountant.
Republican state Sen. Jason Barickman says he'll ask a legislative commission that helps review use of public funds for subpoena powers to investigate Gov. Pat Quinn's troubled anti-violence program.
Gov. Pat Quinn's troubled anti-violence program faces another layer of scrutiny after a legislative panel approved subpoena powers for itself Tuesday to dig into how the program's money was spent before and after Quinn's election campaign in 2010.