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2015/08/04 11:12
2015/08/04 11:12
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In an action that's going to set some tongues wagging, the U.S. Supreme Court has cleared the way for a possible appeal of an Illinois Supreme Court decision in May that rejected a state pension...
2015/08/04 11:12
2015/08/04 11:12
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2015/08/01 17:40
2015/08/01 17:40
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CHICAGO -- A budget estimate released by Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel shows a gaping shortfall could reach $754 million or even higher. A budget expert says residents should brace themselves for higher...
2015/08/01 14:26
2015/08/01 14:26
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The lawsuit alleges the city has issued more than $500 million in tickets under a program that wasn't properly authorized by state lawmakers, the Chicago Tribune reported. It also accuses the city of...
2015/07/31 21:13
2015/07/31 21:13
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Mayor Rahm Emanuel must come up with at least $754 million in new revenue and budget cuts to balance the city's books, according to preliminary 2016 budget estimates the administration released...
2015/07/30 12:20
2015/07/30 12:20
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Today is Thursday, July 30, 2015. Here are news reports from this date 100, 50 and 15 years ago: In 1915: Merchants and property owners in the south side of Monticello's downtown square are preparing...
2015/07/29 21:30
2015/07/29 21:30
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Madigan’s office on Monday put in a request for a filing extension with the U.S. Supreme Court. The attorney general’s office asks that it be given until Sept. 10 to file for a writ of certiorari, or...
2015/07/29 20:13
2015/07/29 20:13
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A Cook County judge on Wednesday rejected Mayor Rahm Emanuel's attempt to delay the effects of a ruling last week that tossed out the city's attempt to cut benefits for City Hall workers and laborers...
2015/07/29 17:13
2015/07/29 17:13
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A Cook County judge on Wednesday barred cameras at the upcoming high-profile trial of Chicago police Cmdr. Glenn Evans on charges he shoved his service weapon down the throat of a suspect and...
2015/07/28 23:13
2015/07/28 23:13
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Mayor Rahm Emanuel on Tuesday would not shut the door on a property tax increase to balance the city's books and ease its reliance on heavy borrowing, saying taxpayers will have to wait until he...
2015/07/28 17:12
2015/07/28 17:12
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Is the battle over Illinois pension reform headed to the U.S. Supreme Court? Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan is raising that possibility. In a petition filed late yesterday, she formally asked...
2015/07/28 12:46
2015/07/28 12:46
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Another bond rating service has lowered the Chicago Board of Education's investment grade rating to junk status. Fitch Ratings on Monday cited a looming annual budget deficit of more than $1 billion...
2015/07/27 20:12
2015/07/27 20:12
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The court decision throwing out a deal to refinance two Chicago pension funds appears to be among the most costly in the city's history, in some ways ranking right up there with the Great Chicago...
2015/07/26 11:10
2015/07/26 11:10
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PHOTO: Moody's Investors Service's move, a reaction to last week's Illinois Supreme Court ruling on pension changes, is likely to increase the city's borrowing costs. (Brian Cassella, Chicago...
2015/07/26 04:47
2015/07/26 04:47
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Illinois Supreme Court justice pleased with growth of expanded media coverage programIllinois Supreme Court justice pleased with growth of expanded media coverage program Minutes after helping swear...
2015/07/25 23:56
2015/07/25 23:56
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On Thursday, we previewed a critical court ruling involving Chicago mayor Rahm Emanuel’s effort to cut pension expenses and plug a yawning budget gap. Here’s a brief recap of the story so far: Back...
2015/07/25 21:12
2015/07/25 21:12
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I asked a prominent state lawmaker the other day when he thought the state budget stalemate might end. “August,” he replied, before Illinois becomes even more of a national laughingstock than it is...
2015/07/25 05:08
2015/07/25 05:08
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The move follows what many in the group of clerical, paraprofessional, technical and administrative employees lament as years of working without pay increases.� The workers are organizing the new...
2015/07/25 04:47
2015/07/25 04:47
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QUINCY -- Minutes after helping swear in Adams County's newest judge, Illinois Supreme Court Justice Rita Garman was surrounded by television cameras and other members of the media. On any other day,...
2015/07/25 04:08
2015/07/25 04:08
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The move follows what many in the group of clerical, paraprofessional, technical and administrative employees lament as years of working without pay increases.� The workers are organizing the new...
2015/07/24 19:20
2015/07/24 19:20
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Back from a little vacation with a boatload of “mailbag” inquiries and follow-ups on the bronze bear statue at Lincoln Square, the Windsor Swim Club property, the grand Mahomet estate that was...
2015/08/04 11:12
2015/08/04 11:12
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