This week I had the privilege and honor to once again be sworn-in as your State Representative! I have included below some photos from the swearing-in ceremony and a link to a press release announcing my inauguration for a third-term in the Illinois House.
Last week marked the end of the 99th General Assembly. Before adjournment, many important measures were brought to the House for consideration. Votes were taken on a property tax freeze bill, a bipartisan criminal justice reform package, new requirements for testing drinking water for lead, and another attempt by House Democrats to pass an unbalanced, non-negotiated budget. I have put together a comprehensive wrap-up of last week’s legislative action below:
You can read my 99th General Assembly Wrap-up by clicking here!
100th General Assembly and Inauguration
|The Inauguration of the 100th General Assembly|
A general tone of optimism and calls for bipartisan cooperation to solve the state’s two-year budget impasse marked the beginning of the 100th General Assembly. I swore an oath, along with 117 of my colleagues, to protect and defend the Constitutions of the United States and the State of Illinois.
You can read the press release I issued on Inauguration here: “Bryant Sworn-in to 3rd Term in Illinois House”
As they say, ‘hope springs eternal’, so with the swearing-in of this new General Assembly, my hopes are high that we’ll pass a balanced budget along with pro-growth reforms.
We must have stability and we have to act fast to save our state from descending further into the financial abyss.
Resolutions and Page for a Day!