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WESTERN SPRINGS – State Senator Suzy Glowiak Hilton has been fighting for tax relief for working class families, affordable health care and supporting schools since she was first elected in 2018. She was sworn in for her second term on Wednesday.

“I look forward to fighting for our communities’ best interests,” said Glowiak Hilton (D–Western Springs). “I am honored to receive the trust of our area, and to have the opportunity to serve in the Senate once again.”

During her first term, Glowiak Hilton was a leader in bipartisanship among her peers – working across the aisle prioritizing fiscal responsibility.

“I look forward to continued work with my colleagues in Springfield as we tackle Illinois’ hard hitting problems and look for solutions that work for our communities,” said Glowiak Hilton. “I will continue listening and fighting for the people of DuPage County and the surrounding area to ensure their voice is heard in Springfield.”

 

 

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SPRINGFIELDState Senator Suzy Glowiak Hilton supported a measure on Tuesday to protect licensed medical professionals from intrusive laws of other states.

 

“Illinois health care professionals should not lose their licenses or be penalized because of the restrictive laws of neighboring states,” said Glowiak Hilton (D-Western Springs). “With this measure, we are protecting health care professionals who are doing the right thing.”

 

The measure protects Illinois professionals from being penalized for providing care that is prohibited in other states. Further, it protects the right to fertility treatment throughout the state.

 

“Simply put: a doctor licensed in Missouri and Illinois, whose license is suspended in Missouri for referring a woman to a reproductive health clinic, should not have their license suspended in Illinois,” Glowiak Hilton said. “Medical professionals should not worry about their professional licenses being jeopardized for performing health care services that are legal in Illinois but prohibited in other states.”

 

House Bill 4664 passed in the Senate Tuesday.

 

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SGH 032922HAO00591OAKBROOK TERRACE – As winter temperatures continue to plummet, Senator Suzy Glowiak Hilton is encouraging drivers to utilize the winter road conditions map on the Illinois Department of Transportation’s website.

“The holiday season always brings increased travel, and we need to be safe,” said Senator Suzy Glowiak Hilton (D-Western Springs). “Using this resource from IDOT can allow residents to take precautions before their drive, which will help keep families and our communities safe.”

GettingAroundIllinois.com is available on your computer and optimized for smartphones. The site includes the ability to identify and zoom in on a location, travel route or destination on a state map. The map is updated frequently through a cloud-based system to provide a general overview on IDOT-maintained highways

“Everyone knows the weather in Illinois can turn on a dime,” said Glowiak Hilton “Reviewing this IDOT weather map is a simple and effective way to stay up to date on road conditions.”

The road conditions map averages more than 2.5 million page views during snow-and-ice season, featuring a color scheme of pinks and blues to differentiate from the red, yellow and green of traffic congestion reporting, as well as to increase accessibility for those who have difficulty distinguishing colors.

For more information and to view the map, visit www.gettingaroundillinois.com.

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111622 SGHSPRINGFIELD – State Senator Suzy Glowiak Hilton joined Native American advocates at the Illinois Capitol on Wednesday to introduce an initiative to allow students to wear items of cultural significance at commencement ceremonies.

“High school graduation ceremonies mark a special moment in a student’s life. It’s the culmination of years of education, hard work and starting the line of adulthood,” said Senator Glowiak Hilton (D-Western Springs). “Commencements are meant to honor students and their accomplishments, and this initiative will allow students to appropriately celebrate their family’s history.”

Senator Glowiak Hilton filed Senate Bill 4242 with support from the Native American Chamber of Commerce after former Evanston high school student Nimkii Curley was denied the opportunity to participate in his graduation ceremony for decorating his cap with culturally-significant items from his heritage.

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