Illinois Future Caucus Co-Chairs
Press Conference: Future Caucus Launch on 1/15/16
Future Caucus News
A student loan bill of rights will be going into effect in Illinois after the state’s House of Representatives voted Tuesday night to override a veto by Governor Bruce Rauner.
Introduced in February 2016 by Illinois Future Caucus Co-Chair Rep. Will Guzzardi (D-39th District), the Speech Rights of Student Journalists Act amassed over a dozen cosponsors from across the aisle and both houses.
Announcing the formation of the Illinois Future Caucus.
State Representative David S. Olsen (R-Downers Grove) announced recently that he will serve as the Illinois voice on a 13-member bipartisan task force of young lawmakers from across the nation working to advance legislation on fair maps, government accountability and overall access to voting.
Illinois Future Caucus Co-Chair Rep. Will Guzzardi recently spoke with Rick Pearson at WGN Radio in Chicago, giving an insider perspective on how members of the Illinois House of Representatives united to form the caucus through MAP's support. Representative Guzzardi highlighted legislative opportunities that affect young people and are championed by Future Caucus members in the state, and spoke more broadly about millennial political perspectives following the primary elections.
Bipartisan group wants to pass bills on issues facing their generation.
Illinois Future Caucus members introduce their legislative plans.
The Illinois Future Caucus will meet regularly in Springfield to discuss current issues in the state.
Young lawmakers come together to form Illinois Future Caucus during a tamultious time in Illinois state government.
Illinois is the 12th state to form Future Caucus of young legislators.
Bipartisan caucus addresses millennials' concerns.