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2015/07/31 22:13
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In early July, Chase agreed to pay $95 million to 47 states to settle allegations that the bank had used illegal tactics for years to go after struggling credit card borrowers. Since then, Leslie...
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2015/07/29 16:42
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As FORBES reports in its August 17th issue, the peddlers who once preyed on underwater mortgage holders are now going after a new set of victims: those sinking under student loans. If you’re one such...
2015/07/28 21:27
2015/07/28 21:27
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Republican Bruce Rauner smiles after winning the midterm elections in Chicago, Illinois, November 4, 2014. CHICAGO The Illinois House on Tuesday overwhelmingly approved a bill stopping a...
2015/07/28 20:58
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In a ruling entered July 24, the Fifth District Appellate Court refused to overturn a circuit court’s order that state employees continue to be paid — despite the lack of a state budget — while those...
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 11:13
2015/07/28 11:13
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Though the polar vortex seems a frost-bound memory, Chicagoans may now feel its bite in a new, unexpected way — higher electricity bills. Beginning next month, power plants in northern Illinois and...
2015/07/27 21:12
2015/07/27 21:12
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Peoples Gas' new owner is rebooting the utility's problem-plagued project to replace Chicago's aging gas mains after obtaining an updated cost estimate showing it would cost more than $8...
2015/07/27 20:42
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She’s allowed felons to serve in municipal office; out-of-towners to serve as city alderman; many politicians to hold multiple – and conflicting – offices; a junior college to award more than $4...
2015/07/25 22:13
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College of DuPage officials Saturday said they are reviewing whether the school's employment contract with embattled President Robert Breuder is valid after a ruling by the Illinois attorney general...
2015/07/24 20:40
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The passage of the Americans with Disabilities Act 25 years ago on Sunday expanded opportunities and accessibility for millions of people with disabilities. These three suburban residents saw the act...
2015/07/23 12:14
2015/07/23 12:14
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Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan has joined dozens of peers in asking major wireless phone carriers to adopt technology that allows users to block unwanted calls. The Democrat's signature...
2015/07/22 23:46
2015/07/22 23:46
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Rebuffed in his efforts to gain a new trial, or at least, a new sentence for the many crimes a jury says he committed, Rod Blagojevich remains in a federal prison in Englewood, Colorado, as his...
2015/07/21 17:04
2015/07/21 17:04
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July 17, 2015 Chicago Sun-Times Another priest in the streets Another priest is ready to work the streets of Chicago to stop gun violence. Archbishop Blase Cupich has asked to go on patrol with...
2015/07/18 17:34
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... been 17 years, three months, one week and two days. I'm ready for it to end," Gordon "Randy" Steidl said at the Danville Correctional Center in May 2004. In 1987, Steidl was sentenced to death...
2015/07/18 06:30
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Updated: Saturday, July 18 2015, 01:08 AM CDT (AP) -- The Illinois Supreme Court has denied a request by state officials to decide the issue of paying government workers during the budget...
2015/07/18 01:13
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The Illinois Supreme Court on Friday declined to take up the question of whether state employees can be paid in full during the ongoing budget impasse, setting the stage for what could be a lengthy...
2015/07/17 16:13
2015/07/17 16:13
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House Speaker Michael Madigan swayed the University of Illinois to admit the relatives of public officials, political allies and donors who contributed $115,200 to campaign funds he controls, a...
2015/07/16 22:13
2015/07/16 22:13
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A former caseworker for the Illinois Department of Human Services was ordered held in lieu of $50,000 bail Thursday after being charged with stealing more than $300,000 from needy families, officials...
2015/07/15 21:43
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A southern Illinois representative is encouraging citizens to continue sending their utility bills to his office. Rep. John Bradley is asking all residents of District 117 to send copies of their...
2015/07/15 19:13
2015/07/15 19:13
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Senate Democrats on Wednesday sent Republican Gov. Bruce Rauner a temporary, one-month spending plan to pay workers and keep core services operating as the ongoing stalemate at the Capitol threatens...
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