Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn signed a controversial overhaul of two Chicago pension systems into law on Monday, as Mayor Rahm Emanuel vowed he wouldn't raise property taxes for at least a year to pay for the pension changes.
In 2010, Toni Irving worked for Gov. Pat Quinn and helped develop the Neighborhood Recovery Initiative. That program is now the subject of multiple investigations while Irving runs a similar program for the city of Chicago.
Arthur Bishop has been in charge of the Illinois Department of Juvenile Justice, the agency that oversees the state’s prisons for young people. Now he’ll run the Department of Children and Family Services.