Recent News About JB Pritzker for Governor
Pritzker campaign committee says ex-campaign workers refusing to cooperate, discrimination suit should be tossed
Lawyers for Pritzker's campaign say the plaintiffs haven't cooperated in scheduling and taking depositions and other discovery, and so most of them should be tossed from the action.
With Pritzker backing idea, prospect of legal marijuana should prompt IL cities, others to prepare: Attorney
While Gov.-elect J.B. Pritzker likely may face opposition against his campaign promise push for legalized recreational marijuana, the transition to full legalization may occur more seamlessly than some may think, an attorney says.
Pritzker lawyers: Campaign workers' discrimination lawsuit long on 'overheated rhetoric,' short on facts
Lawyers for the campaign of Governor-elect JB Pritzker have responded to a lawsuit brought by a group of Pritzker campaign workers, in which they accuse campaign officials of racial discrimination and other charges, saying the lawsuit suffers from a lack of “well-pleaded factual allegations” and so should be dismissed.
Judge says Illinois Democrats can't sidestep female staffer's sex harassment suit vs Madigan, political orgs
The Illinois Democratic Party will not be allowed to easily sidestep a lawsuit brought by a woman who claimed Illinois Democrats, led by House Speaker Michael J. Madigan, blackballed her in retaliation for complaining of sexual harassment at the hands of a Madigan operative and brother of a powerful Chicago alderman.