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CPS CEO Blasts Rauner Over Comments About District – 3/23/17

>>CPS CEO Blasts Rauner Over Comments About District Chicago Public Schools CEO Forrest Claypool is blasting Governor Rauner for comments he…

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Most Illinois Republicans Expected To Follow Party On Health Care Vote – 3/23/17

>>Most Illinois Republicans Expected To Follow Party On Health Care Vote It appears at least most of Illinois' Republican Congressmen won't…

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Lawmakers Propose Legalizing Recreational Marijuana In Illinois – 3/23/17

>>Lawmakers Propose Legalizing Recreational Marijuana In Illinois Two Democratic Illinois lawmakers from Chicago are proposing a bill that…

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Illinois House Rejects Holiday For Obama’s Birthday – 3/22/17

>>Illinois House Rejects Holiday For Obama's Birthday Former President Obama's birthday won't be designated a holiday in Illinois anytime…

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Realtors: IL Residents Moving To IA – 3/22/17

>>Realtors: IL Residents Moving To IA Local Realtors are seeing a trend of people moving from Illinois to Iowa but staying in the Quad…

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Rauner Accuses Emanuel Of Causing Crisis At CPS – 3/22/17

>>Rauner Accuses Emanuel Of Causing Crisis At CPS Governor Rauner is accusing Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel of working with other Democrats to…

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Local Road Closure – 3/21/17

Local Road Closure There will be a local road closure beginning this morning. A culvert replacement on 2600 North Avenue is resulting in a…

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Trump Budget May Impact Princeton’s Amtrak Service –

>>Trump Budget May Impact Princeton's Amtrak Service The Quad Cities' Amtrak line looks to be safe, but Amtrak service to other parts of…

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Comptroller Mendoza Continues To Blast Rauner – 3/21/17

>>Comptroller Mendoza Continues To Blast Rauner Illinois Comptroller Susana Mendoza continues to blast Governor Rauner. While speaking at…

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Illinois Supreme Court Won’t Take State Pay Case – 3/21/17

>>Illinois Supreme Court Won't Take State Pay Case State of Illinois workers will get their paychecks, for now. The Illinois Supreme Court…

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