Rep. Justin Slaughter

(D-Chicago)
27th District
Rep Justin Slaughter

Springfield Office:
249-E Stratton Office Building
Springfield, IL 62706
(217) 782-0010
(217) 782-1795 FAX

District Office:
1234 W. 95th St.
Chicago 60643
773-445-9700
Biography
B.A. in political science, University of Chicago; Master’s of Public Policy and Administration, Northwestern University; member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. and served on the executive board of his local chapter’s foundation. A native Chicagoan, Slaughter grew up on the South Side in the Washington Heights community where he currently still resides
Slaughter-Backed Health Care Reform Measure and Fourth Pillar of Illinois Legislative Black Caucus Signed into Law

Slaughter Backs Measure to Create Elected Chicago School Board

SPRINGFIELD, Ill. – To better ensure the voices of parents are heard in discussions on their children’s education, state Rep. Justin Slaughter, D-Chicago, recently supported legislation that will bring Chicago Public Schools (CPS) in line with other school districts across Illinois and allow for the creation of an elected school board.

Black Caucus Health Care Reform Measure Signed into Law, Marking Fourth Pillar of Agenda to Address Systemic Racism

Black Caucus Health Care Reform Measure Signed into Law, Marking Fourth Pillar of Agenda to Address Systemic Racism

SPRINGFIELD, Ill. — The Illinois Legislative Black Caucus (ILBC) is celebrating the signing of the Illinois Health Care and Human Service Reform Act, a historic measure to address the systemic racial inequalities within the state’s health care system, into law by Gov....

Slaughter to Partner with Local Elected Officials for Virtual COVID-19 Vaccine Discussion

Slaughter to Partner with Local Elected Officials for Virtual COVID-19 Vaccine Discussion

CHICAGO – As state and local health departments continue to roll out COVID-19 vaccination plans, state Rep. Justin Slaughter, D-Chicago, is partnering with 21st Ward Alderman Howard Brookins, Jr. and Cook County 4th District Commissioner Stanley Moore for a virtual discussion on the safety and efficacy of COVID-19 vaccines and the state’s ongoing response to the pandemic.