Rep. Didech asks neighbors for legislative ideas

 
Submitted by the Office of State Rep. Daniel Didech
Posted12/28/2020 12:48 PM

Looking ahead to the 102nd General Assembly, state Rep. Dan Didech, (D-Buffalo Grove) is encouraging constituents to submit their ideas for legislation that could help address local issues.

"Many of the best ideas for legislation come from the community, and Springfield needs fresh ideas now more than ever," Didech said. "This past year has brought unprecedented and new challenges for the people of Illinois due to the COVID-19 pandemic, so I want to hear directly from our community on how state government can be more effective for them as we work to rebuild."

 

Didech serves as state representative for the 59th House District, which includes all or parts of Buffalo Grove, Gurnee, Lincolnshire, Mundelein, Northbrook, Park City, Vernon Hills, Waukegan and Wheeling.

Throughout the year, Didech traditionally spends time going door-to-door and holding events to hear directly from constituents on the issues they care about. However, since the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has greatly reduced opportunities for safe in-person conversations, Didech is encouraging neighbors to share their thoughts electronically or over the phone.

"The pandemic has changed so much for so many, but what remains is my dedication to our community and my promise that I'll always prioritize the needs of our families," Didech said.

"The need for greater access to affordable health care, property tax relief, and a more transparent government are among my top priorities for the upcoming legislative session."

Residents of Didech's district are invited to email him at info@repdidech.com with ideas, comments, questions, thoughts, or concerns.

Didech can also be reached via Facebook at www.Facebook.com/RepDidech or by calling his district office at (847) 478-9909.

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