Lisa Hernandez Marginalized Students Could Get Financial Aid Under House Proposal By Dana Vollmer • Apr 10, 2019 Carter Staley / NPR Illinois | 91.9 UIS Illinois lawmakers want to make it easier for marginalized college students to qualify for financial aid. Immigrants Get Their "Voice": Illinois House Overrides Voices Act Veto By Sam Dunklau • Nov 28, 2018 Sam Dunklau / NPR Illinois 91.9 FM The Illinois legislature has approved the so-called Voices Act, overriding a veto from Governor Bruce Rauner. It's aimed at helping certain immigrants obtain special visas. Listen Listening... / 1:00 Listen to a summary of the story. Rauner At Odds With Immigrant Rights Advocates After Vetoes By Daisy Contreras • Aug 27, 2018 Daisy Contreras / NPR Illinois | 91.9 UIS Gov. Bruce Rauner last week vetoed three pieces of legislation, earning the ire of immigration advocates and some lawmakers. State Lawmakers Consider "Voices Act" to Help Immigrant Crime Victims By Sam Dunklau • May 22, 2018 Sam Dunklau / NPR Illinois 91.9 FM Illinois lawmakers are pushing a measure to allow immigrants who are victims of domestic or sexual abuse to more easily make their case to the police. Listen Listening... / 0:56 Listen to a summary of the story.