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State Representative Chris Bos (R-Lake Zurich) and his staff have helped constituents in the 51st House District recover more than $3 million held by the state's ICash program since 2021.
"Far too many kids in our state are being let down by the countless number of problems at DCFS," said Bos. "There is no single cure-all that will fix DCFS overnight, but through these bipartisan changes that are now law, we are taking some important steps in the right direction."
Students who read eight books over summer vacation will receive an official IL House Certificate of Recognition and ice cream.
State Rep. Chris Bos criticized Democrats for delaying an increase on gas taxes originally scheduled for July, and the Illinois Fuel & Retail Association is planning to sue the state over the gas pump sticker mandate.
“Time and time again, we’ve seen where indictments have come close but never came through for one reason or another,” Bos said. “This has been a long time coming and this moment is long overdue.”
... So we hail the bipartisan passage of Senate Bill 1405 on Wednesday, as sponsored in the Illinois House by state Rep. Chris Bos, R-Lake Zurich, and the Senate by Minority Leader Dan McConchie, R-Hawthorn Woods, ensuring that what happened throughout Illinois (and beyond) in the spring of 2020 (and beyond) does not happen here again ...
SPRINGFIELD - Yesterday, the Illinois House of Representatives unanimously passed legislation filed by State Representative Chris Bos (R-Lake Zurich), House Bill 4593, to hold those who sexually abuse children accountable.
"Yesterday, the House took an important step to stand up for underage victims of sexual exploitation," said Bos. ...
State Representative Chris Bos (R-Lake Zurich) issued the following statement in response to Governor Pritzker’s joint 2022 State of the State and Budget Address:
State Representative Chris Bos discusses his first year in the Illinois General Assembly and working to pass legislation supporting students with disabilities, cutting trailer registration fees and expanding access to telehealth services. He also discussed a lack of action to address major problems to substantively reform Illinois’ ethics laws, lower property taxes and reform the state’s ailing pension system.
“Thank you for the work you are doing to combat this surge in carjackings and the work you do every day to keep our communities safe.”
State Representative Chris Bos (R-Lake Zurich) is joining with various partners to sponsor a Season of Giving Blood Drive and a Spread Good Cheer Collection Drive this holiday season ...
LAKE ZURICH – State Representative Chris Bos (R-Lake Zurich) issued the following statement in response to Governor Pritzker signing the second set of gerrymandered redistricting maps passed by majority party Democrats despite calls against it from several advocacy organizations:
"The fact is, human trafficking is modern day slavery, and its perpetrators come in all shapes and sizes. These people will target anyone they think they can exploit for profit, whether it's the young for sex work or the unsuspecting for forced labor." - Chris Bos
"I'm honored I was able to serve as the lead sponsor for this bipartisan legislation and see it signed into law by the Governor." - Chris Bos
State Representative Chris Bos was recently selected by Illinois House Minority Leader Jim Durkin to serve on two state task forces. The Route 53 Expansion Land Alternative Use Task Force, which was created through HJR 6 with Bos serving as a chief House sponsor, and the Protection of Individuals with Disabilities in the Criminal Justice System Task Force.
Today, State Representative Chris Bos (R-Lake Zurich) joined Illinois Governor JB Pritzker and a bipartisan group of legislators as the Governor signed House Bill 3308 into law. The bipartisan legislation, which Bos sponsored, ensures Illinoisans will continue to have medical insurance coverage for telehealth services provided in the state of Illinois.