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Pritzker Administration Publishes Transition Reports With Input From More Than 400 Illinoisans

Springfield, Ill. – With input from more than 400 stakeholders representing both political parties, all regions of the state and diverse viewpoints, the Pritzker administration today published 11 transition committee reports with recommendations about how the state can move forward in a variety of ways.

“I am so thankful to the hundreds of Illinoisans that came together to share their ideas to move our state forward,” said Gov. JB Pritzker. “These recommendations helped our team to hit the ground running as we began our work of standing up for working families and putting our state back on the right path. We look forward to taking these ideas into consideration and presenting our agenda to lift up Illinois families.”

“After months of hard work, JB and I are very grateful to the members of our transition committees for their contributions to the future of our state, and their commitment to keep working to move Illinois forward,” said Lt. Gov. Juliana Stratton. “The expertise of the diverse group of committee members was instrumental in crafting these proposals which will allow the administration to start charting a new path for Illinois.”

Over the course of the transition, 11 committees made up of subject-matter experts engaged in open dialogue and crafted reports to guide the new administration. Co-chaired by leaders in their field and representing a wide range of interests and ideology, the transition committees made recommendations for the future of the state in the following categories:

• Growing Our Agricultural Economy
• Budget and Innovation
• Educational Success
• Equality, Equity, and Opportunity
• Healthy Children and Families
• Restoring Illinois’ Infrastructure
• Job Creation and Economic Opportunity
• Powering Illinois’ Future
• Restorative Justice and Safe Communities
• Serving Illinois’ Heroes
• Illinois’ Emerging Leaders

The reports can be viewed here.

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