This enables us to ensure the vaccine we secured is being put to good use.
Revenue is way up and we've cut costs in other areas, so we're in a good position to do these things.
We've seen great success at Sheridan in dealing with drug offenders and hope that we will be able to replicate that success.
The governor is focused on passing the budget, and if all goes well, he will have directed 3.8 billion to education in four years, more than any other governor has done.
We want to thank him for his service to DNR and for many years before that to the people of the Quad Cities when he worked in the legislature. He has done a good job, and we wish him all the best.
We believe that will have a positive impact without (taking money away) from other programs.
We see a lot of merit in the bill, but it is a budget issue. It would have to be worked out as part of the budget process.
We've had a number of meetings with different groups and individuals. It's happened at the governor's level as well as the staff level and took place as recently as yesterday.
We are going to work directly with the pharmacies to make sure that people who fall into this situation don't leave a pharmacy without the meds they need or pay more than they need to.
We want to make sure we're not putting people back onto the street who are going to commit crimes.
His position would be the same. These are sort of back-door attempts to raise consumer rates.
Illinois faced a 5 billion deficit this year. The cost of prescription drugs is a major cost and it is going up 15 percent every year, and that is expected to continue until 2010.
The idea they have any advantage defies common sense.
It's very clear we have a responsibility to bring people together and not push them apart.
The importance of the findings is that the number of uninsured children is a reasonable number that we are in a position to fully cover.
His clients are treated like every other company that lobbies the state for business or policy changes.