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Munoz090716CHICAGO- State Senator Antonio “Tony” Munoz (D-Chicago) joined community leaders along with state and city officials to celebrate the return of the 31st Street bus on Tuesday.

“Implementing this route provides access to employment opportunities and links residents with other bus routes and train stations, creating an easier way to reach more destinations,” Munoz said.

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Munoz063016SPRINGFIELD- The Illinois Senate sent a proposal to the governor’s desk today that would ensure schools will open this fall and provides stopgap funding for human services. Senate Bill 2047also funds programs for seniors, at-risk youth, mental health and cancer screenings.

State Senator Antonio “Tony” Munoz released the following statement:

“As Chicago continues to struggle with crime and violence, one thing is clear: We cannot stop advancing our youth and taking care of our most vulnerable populations. Our work as a legislature is far from finished, but this is a small relief to many families in my district.”


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Munoz052516SPRINGFIELD — A push is being made for deported veterans to be returned home to the United States by State Senators Iris Y. Martinez (D-Chicago) and Antonio “Tony” Munoz (D-Chicago).

After fighting for our nation, many veterans struggle to integrate back into society and can develop substance abuse issues and legal problems. Some of these veterans, despite having legal permanent residence prior to serving in the armed forces, are deported to Mexico.

“People who put their lives on the line for our country deserve all the benefits that come with serving in our military,” Munoz said. “It’s appalling that we’ve been treating our veterans in this manner, and I urge Congress to take action on this issue.”

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