NORTHBROOK, Ill. — Newly inaugurated state Rep. Tracy Katz Muhl, D-Northbrook, has jumped into action since taking office, announcing her policy goals for the upcoming 2024 regular session—including gun violence prevention, healthcare access, protecting the right to choose, consumer protection, access to affordable housing, as well as government accountability and transparency.
“I’m honored to have been selected to serve our community in a capacity like this and I’m eager to get to work,” Katz Muhl said. “There’s a lot of important work coming up on issues that matter, not just to our community but to communities across Illinois. I’m also looking forward to ensuring that members of our community have representation that reflects their views and values.”
Katz Muhl was appointed Jan. 11 to fill the House seat vacated by former state Rep. Jonathan Carroll, who resigned.
“Making sure that families in our community—and in every Illinois community—can live, work and go to school in neighborhoods that are safe, with access to essential services like housing and healthcare, and that they are served and represented in a manner that is both above board and accountable is an important duty,” Katz Muhl said. “It is a duty that I promise always to put first and to carry out with the utmost dedication.”
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