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CHICAGO (AP) - A class-action lawsuit says one of the nation's largest court systems violates Illinois' constitution by requiring those filing a civil suit pay a $10 fee for daycare-style services...
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2015/05/05 13:20
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First lady Michelle Obama speaks at an event honoring efforts to help homeless veterans, Monday, April 20, 2015, in New Orleans. Obama and New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu spoke Monday to leaders from...
2015/05/05 13:20
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Four men with 176 years of combined legal experience have been named the 2015 Pillars of the Bar by the Champaign County Bar Association. Steve Beckett of Urbana, and Paul Hendren, Ward McDonald and...
2015/05/04 22:38
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Update, May 4, 2015 A Cook County judge has upheld a life without parole sentence for a man who received that sentence for his part in a double murder when he was 14. Adolfo Davis - now 38 - slumped...
2015/05/04 20:19
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Illinois Supreme Court Chief Justice Rita B. Garman will give the keynote address. Other honored guests will include automotive and community leaders Bergen and Marilyn Parkhill, who will receive...
2015/05/03 12:40
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Gary Bogenberger doesn't expect his grief will end if the criminal cases are resolved Friday against the 22 young adults charged with hazing in the alcohol-related death of his son David. What he...
2015/05/02 04:47
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QUINCY -- As Reg Ankrom of Quincy began studying the life of Abraham Lincoln -- a passion that prompted him to read nearly 1,300 books about the 16th president -- he encountered numerous references to...
2015/05/01 21:19
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Paul Ernst, BCRTA president, reported on a recent meeting that he and several BCRTA Executive Board members attended where they met with Bob Pinkerton, Illinois Retired Teachers Association president,...
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... — Chicago's $20 billion unfunded public pension liability is on track to grow significantly regardless of the outcomes of litigation over the constitutionality of benefit cuts or legislative...
2015/05/01 19:13
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Even as Mayor Rahm Emanuel pledged this week to reverse some of the city's most-criticized borrowing practices, one major ratings agency on Friday highlighted another financial issue: rapidly...
2015/05/01 12:25
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A Downers Grove sperm bank accused of mistakenly providing sperm from a black donor to a white Ohio woman, leading to the birth of her biracial daughter, argues that the mother's lawsuit should be...
2015/05/01 12:13
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Since pleading guilty in a scholarship scam, ex-Rep. Connie Howard has pulled down $107,000 in state pension money while waiting nearly two years for the sentence that could finally shut down her...
2015/05/01 00:40
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Wheeling Trustee Joe Vito filed a formal contest Thursday, urging a Cook County judge to reverse the outcome of the April 7 election and declare him the winner of a seat on the village board. Vito,...
2015/04/30 23:13
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A longtime ally of House Speaker Michael Madigan is trying to thwart efforts to ask voters whether to impose term limits on lawmakers and curb some of the politics in drawing new legislative district...
2015/04/30 23:13
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A group that mounted a $3 million effort to ask voters this fall to take politics out of the redrawing of legislative boundaries dropped its effort Friday, hours after a Cook County judge tossed the...
2015/04/30 18:44
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State Sen. Dan Duffy, a Lake Barrington Republican, says he's staying optimistic that he'll win a hearing on a plan to ban red light cameras from being used in some suburbs. It's a popular idea...
2015/04/30 01:13
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Mayor Rahm Emanuel indicated Wednesday he plans to take a $200 million advance on Chicago's "credit card" to buy the city out of complex loan deals that have helped drag down the city's debt rating —...
2015/04/29 22:26
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A memo circulated by Senate Democrats late Tuesday questions roughly $5.8 billion in savings in Rauner's proposed $32 billion budget. The caucus suggests the proposal may not only violate a provision...
2015/04/28 20:13
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A renewed petition drive aimed at asking voters to take much of the politics out of the drawing of state legislative boundaries was launched Tuesday, nearly a year after a similar effort was struck...
2015/04/28 03:24
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On Saturday, we wrote about a "customer survey" being taken by the Illinois Supreme Court and the 24 chief justices across the state. Today, we write about a survey of public opinions regarding...
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