landek isasmSPRINGFIELD — State Senator Steve Landek (D-Bridgeview) met with Brenda Rodriguez of Berwyn and advocates with the Illinois Stewardship Alliance on April 10. They were advocating for the Healthy Local Food Incentives Fund, which provides funding to allow SNAP beneficiaries to access fresh fruits and vegetables sold at local farmers markets.

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landek lwvsmSPRINGFIELD — Siobhan Greene, of La Grange, met with State Senator Steve Landek (D-Bridgeview) in Springfield to advocate on behalf of the League of Women Voters. They discussed several of the proposals the League of Women Voters support, in addition to several local issues related to floodplain maps.

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landek swsmallSPRINGFIELD — Constituent social workers met with State Senator Steve Landek (D-Bridgeview) on Wednesday as part of the Illinois Chapter of the National Association of Social Worker's Advocacy Day in Springfield. The social workers talked to Landek about their concerns for the upcoming General Assembly, including funding for schools and social services that they and their clients rely on.

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Budget.2015Published as an op-ed in the Desplaines Valley News, by Senator Steven Landek:

In the middle of a heated political election, sometimes, people miss the obvious. But this past week, Argo High School was center stage in a historic moment for the southwest suburbs when Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders came there to speak at a pre-election rally.

Regardless of the election results, by coming here, Sanders has recognized our importance as a community.

And while rallies held in other locations experienced turmoil, conflict and even physical altercations, the rally at Argo High School served as a role model for how politics can and should be conducted.

The Village of Summit and Argo High School especially should be commended for the quick work needed to co-ordinate with the Sanders campaign and the Secret Service to pull off a flawless and nonviolent rally.

Supt. Dr. Kevin O’Mara and the District 217 Board of Education members recognized the importance of this moment in our election history and the symbolism it would become. They opened the doors of the high school to a real life example of how democracy should work and why our cherished process is so important.

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