WAUKEGAN – State Senator Adriane Johnson (D-Buffalo Grove) released the following statement after hearing of the tragic loss of a Buffalo Grove family:

“The unfortunate loss of the Kisliak family in Buffalo Grove is devastating. My heart is heavy and I am deeply saddened.

“When tragedies like this happen in our community, we have to be there to support one another. My heart goes out to the family’s loved ones, friends and neighbors. Our community is strong and we can lean on each other during this difficult time.”

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051920210791SPRINGFIELD - In the midst of Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month, State Senator Adriane Johnson reminds Illinois residents the importance of cancer screenings and preventative measures.
“This month, as we remember those who have succumbed to the disease, it is necessary that we also remember to do our part and get screened,” said Johnson (D- Buffalo Grove). “Early detection is proven to increase the chances of survival.”

Last year, Johnson passed Senate Bill 968, which requires Illinois health insurance providers to cover medically necessary pancreatic cancer screenings. She has been a constant advocate of reminding people the importance of early detection of pancreatic cancer.

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021022CT00049WAUKEGAN - In response to recent anti-Semitic vandalism in the Waukegan, Senator Adriane Johnson released the following statement:
“I am disappointed and disheartened at the recent vandalism that occurred at the Am Echod cemetery. Vandalism and hate crimes fail to contribute any good to our community, it only tears us apart.

“Waukegan and the surrounding areas are a proud home to many of our Jewish family and friends. No hate speech, hate crime, or vandalism of any sort will be taken lightly. I will continue to stand to amplify the voices of those who continue to face these atrocious attacks on their religious beliefs. The hate must stop.”

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smoke alarmBUFFALO GROVE – As daylight saving time ends this weekend, State Senator Adriane Johnson is reminding Illinois residents to test, inspect expiration dates, change the batteries in smoke and carbon monoxide alarms, and replace any broken or expired devices.

In 2014-2018, the National Fire Protection Association reports almost three out of every five home fire deaths in the U.S. resulted from fires in homes with no smoke alarms or non-working smoke alarms.

“Fires can happen in the blink of an eye and result in abrupt, tragic loss,” said Johnson (D-Buffalo Grove). “Proper preparation can be pertinent to survival and fire prevention.”

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