The Chicago Tribune
has selected Illinois Issues
magazine as one of its 50 favorite magazines in its July 9 Tempo section.
The entry reads: "Illinois Issues: Not just a magazine for policy wonks, Illinois Issues deciphers Springfield legislation for all constituents in the Land of Lincoln. Education, immigration, conservation and, of course, corruption are analyzed regularly in lively, well-informed articles on the state of our state."
The magazine, published in the Center for State Policy and Leadership at the University of Illinois at Springfield, is the state's leading publication on Illinois state government and politics. Published 11 times a year, it has developed a reputation for provocative, nonpartisan reporting and analysis of public affairs issues.
Illinois Issues Online provides readers with a news blog by the magazine's Statehouse bureau chief, links to daily newspapers, access to past issues of the magazine, and other public policy resources.
The magazine's executive editor, Dana Heupel can be reached at 217/206-6507.
Download a pdf file of the Tribune's 50 Favorite Magazines list 20080709-CT-50Favorites.pdf
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