State Senator Terry Link (D-Vernon Hills) issued the following statement in regards to the violence that occured in Charlottesville, Virginia:

"The images coming out of Charlottesville are a disturbing reminder that we must all remain vigilant against hatred and intolerance. That hatred has no place anywhere in the United States of America and should be condemned by all."

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042215CM1788ResizeSPRINGFIELD – State Senator Terry Link (D-Vernon Hills) issued the following statement in response to the governor’s veto of Senate Bill 1:

“I am disappointed that the governor has decided to put politics before our children’s education. Now the General Assembly has to act and find a way to equitably fund education for every child in Illinois. I look forward to working with members on both sides of the aisle to ensure our schools are not harmed by the governor’s mistake.”

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04262017CM0943ResizeSPRINGFIELD – State Senator Terry Link (D-Vernon Hills) issued the following response to the governor’s press conference today regarding school funding reform:

“If Gov. Rauner really cares about the students, teachers and parents in Waukegan, then he will sign Senate Bill 1 as soon as it reaches his desk. Under the new evidence-based formula, Waukegan School District would receive $14.5 million more in funding.

Waukegan School District would receive $919 more per student under Senate Bill 1. That makes it one of 268 school districts across Illinois to actually get more money than Chicago Public Schools, a fact the governor fails to mention.

The children of Waukegan are not political talking points, governor. Sign the bill.”

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Gurnee – State Senator Terry Link (D-Vernon Hills) issued the following statement in response to the governor’s visit to Lake County to assess the damage done by the devastating flooding that occurred this week:

“I am glad to see the governor has finally decided to come see the devastation that Gurnee, Lincolnshire and many other communities are facing. Our communities have been severely harmed by these floods and the need for relief is immediate. The last thing Lake County needs is a continued delayed reaction.

“Lake County is just now starting to repair the damage done and with more flooding on the way, I hope the governor realizes today that our needs are dire. I am hopeful that he can help us utilize any available resources to continue the relief effort.”

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