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The statutory duty of the Legislative Research Unit (LRU): "is collect information concerning the government and general welfare of the State, examine the effects of constitutional provisions and previously enacted statutes, consider important issues of public policy and questions of state-wide interest, and perform research and provide information as may be requested by members of the General Assembly."<ref name="about" />
 
The statutory duty of the Legislative Research Unit (LRU): "is collect information concerning the government and general welfare of the State, examine the effects of constitutional provisions and previously enacted statutes, consider important issues of public policy and questions of state-wide interest, and perform research and provide information as may be requested by members of the General Assembly."<ref name="about" />
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The Illinois Legislative Research Unit is a non-partisan legislative research service agency that is dedicated to serving the legislators and staff of the Illinois General Assembly.

History

The Illinois Legislative Research Unit was first formed in 1937[1].

Mission statement

The statutory duty of the Legislative Research Unit (LRU): "is collect information concerning the government and general welfare of the State, examine the effects of constitutional provisions and previously enacted statutes, consider important issues of public policy and questions of state-wide interest, and perform research and provide information as may be requested by members of the General Assembly."[1]

Governance

External links

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