Deanna Demuzio

Illinois Senator  


Business
49th District

Capitol Office
M106 Capitol Building
Springfield, IL 62706

Phone: (217) 782-8206

Home Address
140 Carlinville Plaza
Carlinville, IL62626

Phone: (217) 854-4441
Fax: (217) 854-5311

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  • Carol Mansfield said

    Please support SB2198 and SB2197. We need bills that protect both parents rights. My Ex daughter-in-law does not go by the court agreement for visitation. She believes that a Christian County court will do nothing to her. She witholds visitation from my son and will not allow anyone but him to pick her up. She needs a BIG wake up call as do alot of custodial parents. My son is harasses by her via text messages and if he does not answer or comply with her wishes he is denied visitation. I was a single parent and never treated my ex or his parents in this manner. We need to send a wake up call that family(both sides) should be first. Thank you for your support in this issue


    02/12/2011
  • Greg Neff said

    You and your fellow Democrats have controlled the Springfield Senate and House for more years than I can remember. What has it got the people of Illinois? Illinois is out of control, deep in entitlement debt, and rampart wasteful spending. How many chances do you folks get? I'm stupid if I keep voting Democratic year after year and the conditions in Illinois keep getting worse year after year. Don't give me the excuse that some of the Governors were Republican. The Governor does not write the laws. Greed, power, and SELF is what it has all become. It's time for a change. I'd vote for Mickey Mouse before I will vote for and incumbent Democrat or business as usual Republican. Greg Neff
    09/26/2010
  • MICHAEL SAATHOFF said

    PLEASE OPPOSE SB1351! LET US HAVE SOME SORT OF FREEDOM!I AM A STRONG SUPPORTER OF YOU.I HOPE YOU SUPPORT ALL THE MOTORCYCLE ENTHUSIASTS IN YOUR DISTRICT. THANK YOU, MICHAEL SAATHOFF
    03/13/2009
  • David Rix said

    House Bill 687, sponsored by Representative Kenneth Dunkin (D- Chicago),
    Dear Senator Demuzio
    I hope that you are an understanding Senator that realize that the southern part and probably most of your Senate district contains a large majority of sportsman who own firearm legally and are law bidding. To support this bill would be nothing more to us than a slap in the face to force us to endure a large penalty such as this insurance would create. I implore you to not vote for this bill and discourage the rest of the IL senate from endorsing this atrocity
    03/03/2009
  • Mary A Bates said

    Dear Senator Demuzio,

    I am not against coal mining.

    Nevertheless, the possible reopening of Monterey Mine No. 1,
    is of concern. It is important that all applicable mining rules
    be strictly adhered to for the protection
    of the environment and human health.

    Applicable mining rules require at a minimum
    the slopes of the huge coal slurry impoundments
    be vegetated, and obviously they are not,
    see attached photo, which you may print.
    The erosion and contaminant seepage are signs of trouble on the
    south face of the coal waste slurry impoundment #6 at Monterey 1
    in Carlinville.

    The impoundment is estimated to
    hold 25 to 30 million cubic yards of
    gob and slurry, if it’s 2/3'rds slurry then it’s 4 billion gallons.
    This is much larger that the recent coal waste impoundment
    failure in Tennessee. Will the new mine owner fix the high hazard
    dam at Monterey 1?

    The coal waste is slurry sludge left over from washing coal.
    All coal waste impoundments contain very toxic metals such as
    Arsenic, Lead, Mercury, Cadmium, Beryllium, Chromium,
    Cobalt, Manganese, Nickel, and Selenium. The lake that
    provides drinking water for Carlinville is near the mine waste impoundments.

    Permanent waste impoundments are not allowed and a mine
    permit's Operation Plan must describe removal of
    waste impoundments. Yet this is not the case for the existing
    Monterey 1 permit. If left permanently, engineers tell me
    that the dams will eventually fail, it is only a matter of time.

    There is no reason why the prosperity that the reopening
    of the mine might provide should be compromised by allowing
    the mine to avoid existing mining rules and regulations.

    Mary A. Bates
    936 Vandalia Street
    Hillsboro, Illinois 62049
    maryhelfer@consolidated.net
    217-532-2708


    12/30/2008
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  • Sponsored bill SR0958
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  • Sponsored bill SR0920
    11/13/2008
  • Sponsored bill SB3075
    11/13/2008
  • Co-Sponsored bill SJR0108
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    09/23/2008
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    08/20/2008
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