Rep. Mike Halpin

(D-Rock Island)
72nd District
Rep Mike Halpin

Springfield Office:
272-S Stratton Office Building
Springfield, IL   62706
(217) 782-5970

District Office:
1504 3rd Ave., 2nd Floor
County Office Bldg.
Rock Island, IL  61201
(309) 558-3612
(309) 793-4764 FAX

Biography
Attorney; B.A., Roger Williams University; J.D., University of Illinois; served as a legislative aide to former Congressman Lane Evans; former public guardian for Rock Island County; board of directors, Bridging the Gap: Stand Down for Homeless Veterans; lives in Rock Island with his wife and two children.

Halpin Bill Would Align Hotels on Anti-Trafficking Efforts

Halpin Bill Would Align Hotels on Anti-Trafficking Efforts

SPRINGFIELD, Ill. – Hotels and motels that fail to provide anti-human trafficking training would be barred from receiving government business under legislation passed Thursday by state Rep. Mike Halpin, D-Rock Island. Through the establishment of a certification program, Halpin’s measure aims to direct taxpayer dollars to lodging facilities that are abiding by current training requirements.

Halpin Bill Would Align Hotels on Anti-Trafficking Efforts

Halpin Fighting to End ‘Race to the Bottom’ in Corporate Subsidies

SPRINGFIELD, Ill. – State Rep. Mike Halpin, D-Rock Island, is pushing for greater efficiency in how states and municipalities spend taxpayer dollars, having introduced legislation that would prevent large, massively profitable corporations from taking advantage of taxpayer-funded subsides and then failing to deliver on promises to create jobs.

Halpin Issues Statement on Criminal Justice Reform Vote

Halpin Issues Statement on Criminal Justice Reform Vote

SPRINGFIELD, Ill. – State Rep. Mike Halpin, D-Rock Island, issued the following statement Wednesday after fighting for changes to a comprehensive criminal justice reform package that took into account input and personal experiences from law enforcement:

Halpin Bill Would Align Hotels on Anti-Trafficking Efforts

Halpin: State Tax Filing Deadline Extended to July 15

ROCK ISLAND, Ill. – Illinois’ tax filing deadline has been extended from April 15 to July 15, a move that state Rep. Mike Halpin, D-Rock Island, says will help working families and small business owners weather the economic impact of COVID-19.