Crestwood officials violated the public's trust and the laws designed to protect public healthVillage got water from tainted well Jun 10, 2009
Consumers who purchased Airborne to treat their colds were not getting their money's worth as there is no proof that Airborne can lessen your cold symptomsAirborne agrees to pay $7M settlement Dec 16, 2008
We have heard rumors in the media that he's thinking of possibly doing something, or at least announcing something, (Monday). But at this point, we're really in a situation here in the state of Illinois where we don't have a governor who can legitimately governAG: Blagojevich could resign soon Dec 14, 2008
I think the state would be best served if Governor Blagojevich would resignIll. atty. gen. moves to oust Blagojevich Dec 12, 2008
We are focused on making sure state government runs for the benefit of the peopleIll. atty. gen. moves to oust Blagojevich Dec 12, 2008
Lisa Madigan (born July 30, 1966 in Chicago, Illinois) has been the 41st Attorney General of the U.S. state of Illinois since 2003, when she became the first female attorney general for Illinois. She is a Democrat and the daughter of Michael Madigan, who has been Speaker of the Illinois House of Representatives for most of the last quarter century.
On December 12, 2008, she attracted national attention after filing a motion with the Supreme Court of Illinois to temporarily remove Governor Rod Blagojevich from office. The motion was subsequently denied by the court without a hearing.
Madigan attended The Latin School of Chicago for her secondary education, and received her bachelor's degree from Georgetown University in 1988. She received her Juris Doctor (J.D.) from Loyola University Chicago School of Law.