SCHAUMBURG, Ill. – As the beginning of the 102nd General Assembly and new legislative session approaches, state Rep. Michelle Mussman, D-Schaumburg, is encouraging local residents to share their ideas for potential new laws.
“Our families and communities have been facing unique struggles throughout the pandemic, and it is critical that the state government steps up to offer support,” said Mussman. “To help develop smart solutions to these issues, I encourage residents to share any thoughts or ideas they may have to help those facing hardship during this time or to help increase efficiency.”
Ahead of the beginning of the 102nd General Assembly, Mussman is encouraging residents to send in ideas for new bills that could help improve the state of Illinois. Bill ideas can be submitted via email to Mussman’s district office at StateRepMussman@gmail.com.
“Throughout my time as a legislator, my top priorities have been increasing transparency and efficiency, and improving conditions for the residents of our local communities and state as a whole,” continued Mussman. “The best ideas come from collaboration, and I look forward to continued conversations with residents and community leaders on our shared mission to uplift Illinois.”
Mussman represents the 56th District, which contains portions of Schaumburg, Hoffman Estates, Elk Grove Village, Hanover Park, Roselle, Rolling Meadows and Palatine.