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Citizen Action/Illinois releases 2009/2010 Legislative Scorecard

Date: 
08/02/2010

Every year, Citizen Action/Illinois examines the voting records of elected officials in the Illinois General Assembly.  This Scorecard is a tool to enable concerned citizens to hold their elected officials accountable for their votes during the year. This year, Citizen Action/Illinois selected 18 votes in the House and 17 votes in the Senate of the 96th General Assembly.

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The Best Kept Secret in the Southland: Community Perspectives on Oak Forest Hospital

Date: 
07/23/2010

In June and July of 2010, Citizen Action/Illinois surveyed patients, family members, community health providers, nurses, physicians and other staff that utilized or worked with Oak Forest Hospital, part of the Cook County Health and Hospital System. Over 50 interviews were conducted with patients and family members of patients from the Ventilator and Long-Term Care units, E.R., Outpatient, Inpatient, and Rehab Services, and over 50 interviews with providers from the same services.  

Benefits of Health Care Reform, District by District

Date: 
03/20/2010

The House Energy and Commerce Committee has prepared, for all 435 congressional districts, a district-level analysis of the impact of health care reform legislation. This analysis includes information on the impact of the legislation on families, small businesses, seniors in Medicare, health care providers, and the uninsured.

Click on the link below to find out the impact on your district.

Top Ten List of Changes Resulting from National Health Reform Law

Date: 
03/22/2010

Illinois Department of Insurance Highlights Changes Resulting From National Health Insurance Reform

Changes in insurance laws would alter performance, transparency, accountability of health insurers in Illinois

SB 655: The Consumer Installment Loan Reform Act

Date: 
02/15/2010

SB 655, the Consumer Installment Loan Reform Act, will ensure that all Illinoisans have access to longer-term credit with reasonable terms. It will end the 700% Annual Percentage Rate currently being charged in Illinois.

2006 Annual Report

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01/01/2007
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2007 Annual Report

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01/01/2008
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2008 Annual Report

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01/01/2009
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