Mailing Address: 3207 W. 111th St.

Chicago, IL 60655

General Assembly Member Attendance Record - HB 5808
Chief Sponsor
Requires the Legislative Information System to make available to the public in electronic form a daily listing of General Assembly member attendance to legislative floor sessions for each house of the General Assembly.

Protecting Victim Identities - SB 2330
Chief House Sponsor
Removes the requirement for the publication of a name change for individuals who are protected under the Illinois Domestic Violence Act of 1986, the Stalking No Contact Order Act, the Civil No Contact Order Act, the stalking provisions of the Criminal Code of 2012, or a similar provision of a law.

Education on Fentanyl - HR 809
Urges all first responders, law enforcement, and public health officials to be educated about the dangers of exposure to Fentanyl or its analogues.

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Updated March 2018

Bill Update

upcoming march events

Thursday, March 8
Recycling and Composting Environmental Seminar
22nd District Police Station - Community Room
1900 W Monterey Ave., Chicago
6:30 p.m.

Monday, March 12
After Office Hours
10400 S. Western Ave., Chicago
5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.

Tuesday, March 13
Satellite Office Hours
Alsip-Merrionette Park Library
11960 S. Pulaski Rd., Alsip
10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

Saturday, March 17
Coffee & Conversation
15858 S. LaGrange Rd., Orland Park
9:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.

Friday, March 30
Job Club
Beverly Branch of the Chicago Public Library
1962 95th Street, Chicago
10:30 a.m.




​​March 2, 2018

In response to numerous inquiries about the frequent occurrence of certain cancers in the communities of Mt. Greenwood and Beverly, the University of Chicago Medicine Comprehensive Cancer Center has spearheaded a comprehensive cancer and chronic disease study in the 19th Ward. The Chicago Multiethnic Prevention and Surveillance Study (COMPASS) aims to determine why certain population groups in the city of Chicago have higher rates of occurrence of cancer and chronic diseases than others.

As part of the COMPASS study, U of C researchers are working in various Chicago neighborhoods to recruit study participants. Eligible participants are asked to complete a specially designed interview (questions about lifestyle, environmental exposure, and medical history), and to provide a blood and urine sample. Radon and drinking water tests in various homes may also be conducted. Participants are also asked to fill out a follow-up questionnaire every two to three years to obtain updated health information. Email to inquire about being a participant in the study.

If you have questions, please contact my constituent service office at 773-445-8128.​

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