Honoring our Presidents
Pictures and reports from around the 37th District and around the Capitol!
We can't help everyone, but everyone can help someone. – Ronald Reagan
Celebrating Abraham Lincoln's Birthday!
The Weaver Team was pleased to participate in a Graduation Ceremony resulting from a joint effort between Black Hawk College Business Training Center, the American Job Center, and Kewanee Life Skills Re-Entry Center.
Senator Chuck Weaver released the following statement February 7 after the Senate advanced a measure to increase the minimum wage incrementally to $15.00 per hour for standard and tipped employees over a six-year ramp.
Senator Chuck Weaver is urging Illinoisans to speak up and help put a fair maps amendment on the ballot for the next election, giving voters the power to pick their legislators instead of letting lawmakers pick their voters.
Voice your support for getting a Constitutional Amendment on the ballot to give you the chance to vote on a new system to draw our legislative maps.
Senate lawmakers braved the cold to return to the Capitol January 29-31, as the Governor issued a disaster proclamation for the entire state ahead of the severe winter storm that blanketed Illinois with life-threatening wind chills.
Senator Chuck Weaver has introduced legislation to provide soon-to-be-released inmates more tools to find jobs in an effort to keep them from returning to jail or prison.
Senator Chuck Weaver joins the Capitol Report podcast January 30 to discuss legislation he’s sponsoring to help inmates, scheduled for release, find jobs instead of returning to jail.
Senator Chuck Weaver has been asked to serve as a Spokesperson for the Education Committee for the 101st General Assembly.
Today, we honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. !
Senator Chuck Weaver joins the Capitol Report podcast January 9 to discuss the inauguration of the 101st General Assembly, and what the challenges and opportunities are for lawmakers.
Senator Chuck Weaver says the convening of the 101st General Assembly January 9 signals a renewed commitment to facing the challenges and welcoming the opportunities awaiting Illinois.
Let us pledge to work together in the New Year to make our communities and our state better for future generations of Illinoisans!
When the clock strikes midnight on January 1, 253 new laws will take effect in the state of Illinois.
As Illinoisans from Cairo to Chicago celebrate the New Year, 253 new laws will take effect on January 1.
As citizens throughout Illinois toast the New Year, more than 250 new laws will take effect on January 1.
The 1000# Project kicked off Nov. 15 at the Caterpillar Visitors Center in Peoria, as part of our Developing Tomorrow’s Leaders Conference. An estimated 200 people turned out at our second annual event, and we couldn't be more energized by the ideas and enthusiasm of those who attended!
The 1000# Project kicks off tonight on the third floor of the Caterpillar Visitors Center at 110 SW Washington St. in Peoria, as part of Senator Chuck Weaver’s second annual Developing Tomorrow’s Leaders Conference.
Make sure you are among the community leaders at the "Developing Tomorrow’s Leaders Conference" November 15 at Caterpillar Visitors Center.
Limited spaces are still available for Senator Chuck Weaver's "Developing Tomorrow’s Leaders Conference" Nov. 15 at Caterpillar Visitors Center.
Students are busy with school. Farmers are in the fields harvesting their crops. Sports fans are focused on World Series baseball, and high school, college and NFL football. Community organizations and groups are in full swing. People have a lot of responsibilities, and I very much appreciate when they take time out of their busy schedules to come to our community events and talk with our team.
Senator Chuck Weaver will host a Town Hall October 22, from 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. at Dunlap High School Town Center, 5220 West Legion Hall Road.
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