Rep. Fran Hurley
Full-time state legislator and lifelong resident of the southwest community; graduate of Saint Barnabas Elementary School, Mother McAuley High School, and Saint Xavier University; former aide to Chicago aldermen Ginger Rugai and Matthew O’Shea; member of the Saint Christina Parish, Mt. Greenwood Civic Association; former director of the Saint Christina Manna Program and past volunteer for Christ Hospital’s Ronald McDonald House, Misercordia, Y-Me softball tournament, PADS, Marist High School, Mt. Greenwood Party in the Park, and Merrionette Park Youth Softball; lives in Mt. Greenwood and has three children.
SPRINGFIELD, Ill. –State Rep. Fran Hurley issued the following statement Wednesday after Gov. J.B. Pritzker’s annual State of the State and Budget Address:
CHICAGO – State Rep. Fran Hurley is inviting residents to clear out old paperwork and safely dispose of prescription drugs at a free shred day and prescription takeback scheduled for Saturday, Feb. 25 from 9-11 a.m. at CrossWinds Church, located at 10835 S. Pulaski Rd. in Chicago.
SPRINGFIELD, Ill. – State Rep. Fran Hurley will continue to serve as chair of the House Police and Fire Committee in the 103rd General Assembly, carrying on her mission of advocating for and supporting first responders.
CHICAGO – Reflecting her strong track record of working with members on both sides of the aisle to get things done, state Rep. Fran Hurley has been re-appointed as whip of the House Democrats’ “Mod Caucus.”
SPRINGFIELD, Ill. – State Rep. Fran Hurley issued the following statement Wednesday after being sworn in for a new term:
CHICAGO – Jan. 9 marks National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day, and state Rep. Fran Hurley is encouraging area residents to thank their local police, sheriffs and state police for the work they do for the community.
CHICAGO – Throughout December, state Rep. Fran Hurley is asking residents to consider donating new and unused items for families of pediatric patients at Ronald McDonald House near Advocate Children’s Hospital.
CHICAGO – A measure supported by state Rep. Fran Hurley will reduce vehicle registration costs to $10 for low-income older adults and persons with disabilities starting Jan. 1.
CHICAGO – A bipartisan plan backed by state Rep. Fran Hurley that will pay off the state’s remaining unemployment insurance loan debt, protect worker benefits, save employers money and improve the state’s long-term financial outlook took a step forward Thursday with the signing of Senate Bill 1698.
CHICAGO – As the holiday gift buying season begins, state Rep. Fran Hurley is encouraging parents to check out the Illinois Attorney General’s annual Safe Shopping Guide that highlights hazardous toys, children’s products and other household items that could be a safety risk.