State Sen. Neil Anderson will be joined by State Rep. Tony McCombie for their “Coffee & Conversation,” an open conversation event for constituents Tuesday, June 19 in Port Byron.
State Sen. Neil Anderson and State Rep. Tony McCombie are encouraging seniors to come to their free Senior Health Fair on Tuesday, June 26 at the Sterling-Rock Falls YMCA (2505 Avenue E) in Sterling. The event runs from 9:00am-Noon.
The Illinois General Assembly has passed measures that address the growing out-migration of students to colleges and universities outside Illinois.
The Second Annual Military Appreciation Night and Dinner benefiting the Quad City Veterans Outreach Center is Friday, July 20 at 6pm at Adventure Christian Community Church (6509 Northwest Blvd.) in Davenport.
State Sen. Neil Anderson will be joined by State Rep. Tony McCombie for “Coffee & Conversation,” an open conversation event for constituents Tuesday, June 19 in Port Byron.
Gov. Rauner signed the $38.5 billion spending plan for Fiscal Year 2019 into law on June 4, and while Senate Republican lawmakers said they recognize that the new state budget is not perfect, they emphasized the compromise will ensure vital state services remain funded, including health coverage for children and senior citizens, as well as other priorities that save lives and protect the public.
Thanks to Ray'z Barber Shop and Lowe's, all military personnel currently holding a Common Access Card (CAC), as well as those who have retired from Armed Services and Veterans will be given free admission to the John Deere Classic July 12-15 in Silvus, along with 1 guest each day Thursday - Sunday.
State Sen. Neil Anderson will be joined by State Rep. Tony McCombie for “Coffee & Conversation,” an open conversation event for constituents Tuesday, June 12 in Rock Falls from 9-11am.
The Savanna-Sabula bridge will be known as the "Dale Gardner Veterans Memorial Bridge" under legislation (HJR 58) sponsored by State Sen. Neil Anderson and passed by the Senate May 31. State Rep. Tony McCombie carried the legislation in the House, passing it May 26.
State Sen. Neil Anderson will be joined by State Rep. Tony McCombie for “Coffee & Conversation,” an open conversation event for constituents Tuesday, June 12 in Rock Falls.
Honoring the quick thinking and brave actions of the Dixon, Illinois, school resource officer who thwarted a school shooting two weeks ago, Gov. Bruce Rauner proclaimed May 30, 2018, Officer Mark Dallas Day in Illinois.
This balanced budget, with no new tax increases, represents a good change for the people of Illinois
The residents of Friendship Manor in Rock Island will once again be eligible for property tax relief through the General Homestead Exemption under legislation (Senate Bill 3093) sponsored by State Sen. Neil Anderson and State Rep. Tony McCombie.
State Sen. Neil Anderson’s 36th Senate District will see nearly $91 million in roads and bridges improvements the upcoming fiscal year. The projects are part of Illinois Department of Transportation’s (IDOT) Improvement Program.
Instead of raising income taxes on working families and employers like the General Assembly did last year – something I didn’t vote for – we need to grow the tax base instead of the tax rate. We need to offer relief, not more burdens, on the people of Illinois.
In an initiative to create more profitable opportunities for Illinois farmers, the Senate and House unanimously passed a proposal to legalize the growth, cultivation and processing of industrial hemp.
Drawing Illinois closer to the enactment of the life-saving Annie LeGere Law, the House of Representatives passed an amendment that would encourage medical professionals’ participation in the initiative to equip police officers with epinephrine auto-injectors (EpiPens) for allergy-related emergencies.
With about week and a half left in the spring legislative session, Senate Republicans remain hopeful a balanced budget, without a tax increase, will be approved by May 31. Meanwhile, Governor Rauner introduced his public safety initiative and the U.S. Supreme Court announced a major decision on sports gaming.
With the first wave of the 10-year Firearm Owners Identification (FOID) cards expiring this summer, Illinois State Police (ISP) are anticipating a significant backlog of renewal applications. In response, Sen. Anderson is joining Illinois State Police Director Leo Schmitz in urging Illinois firearm owners to file paperwork early to renew their FOID cards.
Two measures advancing through the General Assembly would give more opportunities to high school students who are college bound or looking for vocational training.
State Sen. Neil Anderson, also a Moline Firefighter, honored firefighters who lost their lives as a result of their service and those who demonstrated excellence and professionalism in service to the citizens of the State of Illinois during the 25th Annual Illinois Fallen Firefighter Memorial & Firefighting Medal of Honor Award Ceremony May 8 in Springfield. Later in the day, Anderson spoke to firefighters at a legislative conference.
State Sen. Neil Anderson says a new multi-use trail planned to run through the heart of the City of Moline can be a “game changer” for the area. A nearly $2 million grant was announced by the Illinois Department of Transportation (IDOT) May 7 to help build the trail.
State Sen. Neil Anderson will be joined by Sterling Mayor Skip Lee for “Coffee & Conversation,” an open conversation event for constituents May 14 in Sterling. The free event at the Candlelight Inn in Sterling (2907 North Locust Street) runs from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., although constituents can arrive at any time.
Legislation aimed at protecting the integrity of the non-profit grant process has passed the Senate.
Legislation giving motorists the option to register their vehicles for more than one year at a time, would provide a convenience and save the state money.
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