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State Representative Maura Hirschauer
State Representative Maura Hirschauer16 hours ago
Are you a person with a disability who wants to help make the Chicago region a more equitable and just place by becoming more civically engaged? Applications are OPEN for Disability Lead's 2023 Institute! Go to disabilitylead.org/apply for more info. Share this post to spread the word! #WeAreDisabilityLead
State Representative Maura Hirschauer
State Representative Maura Hirschauer2 days ago
According to the World Health Organization, vaccinations prevent 4 to 5 million deaths worldwide every year. This life-saving technology is an important measure that can be taken to protect yourself from illnesses. Make sure you are up to date by speaking with your healthcare provider.
State Representative Maura Hirschauer
State Representative Maura Hirschauer3 days ago
Don't miss out on the Sales Tax Holiday on school supplies, clothes, and shoes-- now through Aug 14. It's a small part of the inflation relief package that I passed to help families as they get ready for kids to head back to school this fall.
State Representative Maura Hirschauer
State Representative Maura Hirschauer3 days ago
Batavia, Illinois
It was a pleasure to gather with Moms Demand Action - IL of Kane and Kendall County for their first in person meeting since the pandemic started. Addressing gun violence is akin to piecing together a large, very complicated jigsaw puzzle, and advocates like Moms are instrumental in the process. I was honored to update the group on legislation that has passed and is pending in the space of gun violence prevention. From banning assault style weapons and high capacity magazines to elevating the importance of safe firearm storage, everything is on the table as we discuss commonsense solutions to end the gun violence epidemic.
State Representative Maura Hirschauer
State Representative Maura Hirschauer3 days ago
Bruce Graham was an architect born in Colombia. He moved to Chicago and worked for the architectural firm Skidmore, Owings, and Merrill. Few people shaped the Chicago skyline like he did, designing the Sears Tower, John Hancock Center, Inland Steel Building, and McCormick Place North.

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