Drawing Illinois closer to the enactment of the life-saving Annie LeGere Law, the Illinois House of Representatives passed an amendment sponsored by State Sen. Chris Nybo (R-Elmhurst) that would encourage medical professionals’ participation in the initiative to equip police officers with epinephrine auto-injectors (EpiPens) for allergy-related emergencies.
In an effort to reduce gun trafficking stemming from Illinois gun dealers, State Sen. Chris Nybo negotiated several significant revisions to a Gun Dealer Safety measure, which passed the Senate on May 16—one day after a bipartisan group of legislators, including Nybo, announced their support.
Amended proposal quickly moves to Senate Floor
State Sen. Chris Nybo voted to support the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA) following a meeting in March with League of Women Voters representatives from Glen Ellyn, Wheaton and Elmhurst to discuss the proposal. The State Senate passed the amendment on April 11.
State Sen. Chris Nybo is currently seeking legislative interns for the summer months, and encourages all entering high school seniors and college-age students to apply.
The State of Illinois took pivotal steps toward reducing gun violence as the Senate passed a legislative measure cosponsored by State Sen. Chris Nybo to ban bump stocks on March 14.
In light of recent tragic incidents in Florida and Kentucky and increased attention on gun safety, State Senator Chris Nybo (R-Elmhurst) participated as a guest panelist at the School Safety Forum on March 12 at Willowbrook High School in Villa Park.
In light of the growing number of mass shootings and perpetrators of senseless violence in the United States, State Sen. Chris Nybo is cosponsoring a public safety measure to prevent potentially dangerous individuals from self-harm or endangering others with a firearm
In wake of the deadliest mass shooting in U.S. history last October and following yesterday’s tragic death of a Chicago Police Commander at the hands of gun violence, Senator Nybo has filed legislation to address growing concerns for public safety and responsible gun use by banning bump-fire stocks.
To encourage the participation of medical professionals in the life-saving Annie LeGere Law and place EpiPens in the hands of law enforcement, Senator Chris Nybo sponsored an amendment to increase liability protection for participating health providers.
To build on the momentum surrounding women’s rights and gender injustice, State Senator Chris Nybo (R-Elmhurst) has taken action to end the gender wage gap that remains highly prevalent in our society.
Illinois Senate Republican Leader Bill Brady announced on Thursday that State Senator Chris Nybo would be joining his leadership team as a Senate Republican Whip.
Beginning October 3, State Senator Chris Nybo (R-Elmhurst) and State Representative Peter Breen (R-Lombard) will once again partner with the Ladies Auxiliary to the Veterans of Foreign Wars and the local Lilac Post 5815 for their third annual “Support Our Troops” collection drive.
To address the concerns of medical professionals hesitant to prescribe epinephrine to Elmhurst Police and police departments across the state as part of the new Annie LeGere Law, State Sen. Chris Nybo (R-Elmhurst) has filed an amendment to the law to offer greater liability protection for participating health providers.
Illinois residents are urged to be vigilant following a massive data breach of consumer reporting agency Equifax.
Nybo releases the below statement following the House and Senate approval of Senate Bill 1947, a bipartisan school funding plan to address Illinois’ broken school funding formula and its inequities.
In the spirit of strengthening and reviving Illinois’ business climate, Nybo was pleased to formally welcome Mariano’s grocery store to the Lombard community at its official opening on August 21.
“The Amendatory Veto issued by Governor Rauner this week ensures Senate Bill 1 is both fair and equitable to all 852 school districts in Illinois,” says Nybo. “If Democrats are unwilling to accept our plan, then I call on them to propose their own alternative that bridges the gap between Senate Bill 1 and the Amendatory Veto. The burden now falls on them to ensure schools don’t miss their first state school aid payments. We remain at the table, and are ready and willing to negotiate in good f
State Senator Chris Nybo (R-Elmhurst) released the following statement today on the retirement announcement of Deputy Leader Patti Bellock (R-Hinsdale).
Following the Governor’s press conference announcing he has issued an amendatory veto to Senate Bill 1—Illinois’ school funding legislation—State Senator Chris Nybo released the following statement urging swift action from the General Assembly.
In anticipation of a school funding roundtable guided by the Governor, State Senator Chris Nybo (R-Elmhurst) invited local superintendents to join the conversation in Springfield on July 27.
“Charlie’s Law,” legislation cosponsored by State Senator Chris Nybo broke ground today by making Illinois the first state in the nation to require health insurers to cover life-saving treatments for children who suffer from autoimmune disorders associated with streptococcal infections.
Nybo releases the below statement following the State Senate overriding the Governor’s veto to a budget plan, which includes a significant tax increase without the Governor’s requested reforms.
Senator Nybo voiced his support for the recent compromise school funding proposal that would provide all 852 school districts in Illinois with more funding and a more equitable distribution system than any previous proposal.
Following a press conference hosted by Republican lawmakers today introducing their “Capitol Compromise,” Senator Nybo publicly voiced his support for the proposal and is urging all state lawmakers to return to Springfield to review the bills and end Illinois’ ongoing budget impasse.
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