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Tribune staff reportersAfter years of frustration, authorities and advocates believed this spring represented their last and best opportunity to reform Illinois' troubled nursing homes. Still, it took tense negotiations and an 11th-hour deal to strike a historic bill that aims...
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Clout StPosted by Monique Garcia at 7:31 p.m.; updated at 12:12 p.m. Friday Gov. Pat Quinn today signed into law a measure allowing people who were adopted as children to access their birth records to find out more about their past.......
After years of frustration, authorities and advocates believed this spring represented their last and best opportunity to reform Illinois's troubled nursing homes. Still, it took tense negotiations and an eleventh-hour deal to strike a historic bill that...
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Tribune reportersClaiming victory in the 2002 governor's race, a beaming Rod Blagojevich stood in the gritty steel mill where his late father once worked and pledged a new era in corruption-plagued Illinois politics. The fresh political face with boyish charm and TV-...
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Washington BureauWASHINGTON — Rep. Rahm Emanuel (D-Ill.), incoming chief of staff to President-elect Barack Obama, will formally resign his House seat Friday. The timing of the announcement has been a subject of speculation for weeks as controversy over Obama's...
Tribune reportersCook County Commissioner Mike Quigley is poised for a promotion to Congress after claiming the Democratic nomination Tuesday in the race to replace Rahm Emanuel, overcoming disadvantages in campaign cash and union support. The 5th Congressional District'...
The Swampby John McCormick and Dan Mihalopoulos White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel is interested in potentially returning to Chicago someday to reclaim the congressional seat he held until a month ago, a candidate running to replace him said Sunday.......
(WGN-AM) - In another blow to Governor Quinn's budget, the Illinois House voted to make the state's full annual payment to government retirement systems. Quinn had proposed trimming the payment by $2.2 billion, justifying the reduction by calling for...
Tags: State Budgets, Elections, Retirement, WGN, Illinois
Staff reporter(WGN-AM) - State Rep. Sara Feigenholtz is proposing legislation that would increase the Illinois alcohol tax by five cents a drink. The funds generated from the new tax wouldn't go into the general revenue fund, Feigenholtz said. Instead it would be used...
Tags: State Budgets, WGN, Politics, Illinois
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