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Latest Pat Quinn Items
Gov. Pat Quinn and Comptroller Judy Baar Topinka are encouraging Illinois residents to rescue a pet from a shelter this year.
A new center opening in Chicago will be a hub for Midwesterners with ties to the central State of Mexico, Gov. Pat Quinn and visiting Mexican officials announced Monday.
Gov. Pat Quinn has joined his Missouri counterpart and others at a ribbon-cutting for a new bridge over the Mississippi at St. Louis.
After failing to win enough support the past two years, proponents of expanded gambling in Illinois see it having better chances this year, with other issues out of the way and the state in dire need of cash.
Gov. Pat Quinn won't debate his lone Democratic challenger ahead of next month's primary.
Two public hearings are scheduled on a proposal to restructure much of the Illinois Medicaid health care system for low-income and disabled patients.
The University of Illinois will receive $748,000 in state capital funds for road work around the Urbana-Champaign campus.
In a story Feb. 2 about jobs-related claims by Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn and his Republican challengers, The Associated Press reported that Chrysler employs 4,490 workers at its Belvidere, Ill., auto plant but that Quinn said in his State of the State address that the factory has more than 4,700 workers. In a later email to The Associated Press, Chrysler clarified that the plant has 4,490 active employees and about 200 additional employees it considers inactive because they are on leave and not working.
Northern Illinois University will mark next week's sixth anniversary of a campus shooting that killed five students with a moment of reflection and a bell-ringing.