“Child pornography is not a victim-less crime,” Attorney General Lisa Madigan said. “Every file posted online depicts a child, sometimes just months old, being sexually abused. This crime destroys the lives of these innocent victims and is only further perpetuated when it spreads online.”
“[Home care workers] are professionals, doing heroic, demanding and increasingly skilled work. The services they provide allow us to remain in our homes, in our communities, while still receiving critical care.
So they deserve our respect, our admiration and our gratitude. But more important, they deserve to be treated fairly, with all of the rights and protections in the workplace that Americans have come to expect. That includes the right to have a voice in the workplace and the right to bargain collectively.” – Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan and U.S. Secretary of Labor Thomas Perez
"Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan has announced charges against a Winnebago County man on multiple counts of distributing and possessing child pornography as part of “Operation Glass House,” her statewide initiative to apprehend the most active offenders who download and trade child pornography online."