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July 4, 2017

SPRINGFIELD, Ill. – As part of her commitment to lift up middle-class families in Illinois, state Rep. Camille Lilly, D-Oak Park, joined colleagues to pass legislation that will provide economic reforms that put the middle-class first in Illinois.

“The governor has urged members of the General Assembly to compromise, and House Democrats continue to do so. We have proposed a series of economic reforms that will make Illinois a more business friendly state,” Lilly said. “In a time of such uncertainty, Illinois cannot afford to continue to lose businesses. When they move out of the state, they take jobs with them. This not only affects the economy of Illinois, but the entire middle-class.”

Lilly is sponsoring House Bill 160, which has important reforms for Illinois’ middle class and small and medium-sized businesses. Included in this package, Illinois workers would receive additional money by an annual increase in the state’s Earned Income Tax Credit. With Illinoisans able to keep more of t...

July 3, 2017

SPRINGFIELD, Ill. – State Rep. Camille Lilly, D-Oak Park, is standing with millions of Americans by sponsoring legislation which states the Illinois House of Representatives opposition to President Trump’s American Health Care Act.

“Illinoisans and their health must be put before big corporations and insurance companies,” Lilly said. “Healthcare should provide the necessary coverage and peace of mind for everyone, regardless of a pre-existing condition. There are too many instances of citizens having to choose whether or not they will get their monthly prescriptions or buy food to feed their families. This is unacceptable. We have a responsibility to ensure that all Americans receive affordable healthcare regardless of any current condition they may have.”

Lilly is sponsoring House Resolution 445 to urge President Trump and his allies to reconsider making detrimental changes to the Affordable Care Act (ACA). Trumpcare will repeal the most important parts of the ACA, such as coverage for...

June 30, 2017

SPRINGFIELD, Ill. – State Rep. Camille Lilly, D-Oak Park, is standing with millions of Americans by sponsoring legislation which states the Illinois House of Representatives opposition to President Trump’s American Health Care Act.

“Illinoisans and their health must be put before big corporations and insurance companies,” Lilly said. “Healthcare should provide the necessary coverage and peace of mind for everyone, regardless of a pre-existing condition. There are too many instances of citizens having to choose whether or not they will get their monthly prescriptions or buy food to feed heir families. This is unacceptable. We have a responsibility to ensure that all Americans receive affordable healthcare regardless of any current condition they may have.”

Lilly is sponsoring House Resolution 445 to urge President Trump and his allies to reconsider making detrimental changes to the Affordable Care Act (ACA). Trumpcare will repeal the most important parts of the ACA, such as...

February 27, 2017

CHICAGO – State Rep. Camille Lilly, D-Chicago, will chair the House Committee of Insurance: Property and Casualty in the 100th General Assembly, hoping to bring forward new ideas and policies to protect families across Illinois.

“I want consumers to have a peace of mind if catastrophe strikes their lives,” Lilly said. “As chair, I will make it a priority to pass legislation that gives home and business owners that ability.”

               

After an accident or natural disaster, it is important that there is legislation in place to make the recovery a smooth and less stressful transition for residents in Illinois. As Chair of the Insurance: Property and Casualty Committee, Lilly plans on using her experience as the Director of the Austin Chamber of Commerce to determine beneficial legislation for businesses and homeowners.

“During my time as the director of the Austin Chamber of Commerce, I learned first-hand how to deal...

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