Senator Chris Nybo says he supports Governor Bruce Rauner’s call for a responsible budget and structural reforms, including property tax relief, but he remains opposed to proposals to tax food and medicine, or retirement income.
The convening of the 100th General Assembly January 11 brings with it new leadership and a renewed commitment to meeting current challenges and welcoming future opportunities awaiting Illinois, according to Senator Chris Nybo.
Civic-minded college students have a unique opportunity to gain some hands-on experience in Illinois government during this spring semester.
Senator Chris Nybo has received the Voice of Senior Care Award from the Illinois Health Care Association for his support of senior citizens and issues that affect them.
This November, State Senator Chris Nybo (R-Elmhurst) and State Representative Peter Breen (R-Lombard) will partner with the Ladies Auxiliary to the Veterans of Foreign Wars and the local Lilac Post 5815 for their second annual “Support Our Troops” collection drive.
Senator Nybo met with doctors, nurses and hospital administrators from Advocate Good Samaritan Hospital in Downers Grove October 18 to talk about issues affecting the healthcare industry.
Senator Chris Nybo toured the Vanee Foods Company’s Broadview plant Oct. 7 as part of Manufacturing Day events.
Senator Chris Nybo administered the oath of office to new Westmont Police Chief James Gunther on September 29 during a regular Village Board meeting in the Westmont Village Hall.
Senator Chris Nybo was recently recognized by Food Allergy Research and Education (FARE), the nation’s largest food allergy patient advocacy group, as a Distinguished Legislator for his leadership in advocating for people with food allergies in Illinois.
Illinois Senate Republican Leader Christine Radogno has appointed Senator Chris Nybo (R-Lombard) to replace Senator Matt Murphy as Republican Spokesman on the Senate Executive Committee.
Senator Chris Nybo will join other local dignitaries in celebrating the passage of the Annie LeGere Law Aug. 27 at Sandburg Middle School in Elmhurst.
Senior citizens will have access to a wide variety of informational resources from local and state groups at a free event being hosted August 17 by Senator Chris Nybo in Lombard.
The Legislative Advisory Council created by Senator Chris Nybo and Representative Peter Breen presented updates on Illinois’ stop-gap budget at a meeting July 18 at the Elmhurst Library.
After months of bipartisan negotiations, Illinois lawmakers approved a stop-gap budget June 30 that will fund K-12 schools, universities, road projects, social services, and critical state operations for a limited period of time, according to Senator Chris Nybo.
The Governor is asking state lawmakers to approve a stop-gap budget to fund K-12 schools and keep essential state services running.