Bernas told the North Cook News that after taking the entire month of December off, the fact that General Assembly is working only 20 days between now and April, at a $67,000 taxpayer-funded salary per lawmaker, is intolerable.
Jillian Bernas said the dream of homeownership has become a nightmare in Illinois.
Jillian Bernas said the fourth consecutive year of population decline shows the dire need for policy reform.
Jillian Bernas said residents can expect to see much more of the House hopeful since she has officially filed her candidate petitions to run in the Republican primary in March.
Jillian Rose Bernas has announced her candidacy for State Representative with a pledge to repeal the 32% tax increase, lower property taxes, and strengthen our communities by shrinking state government.