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Illinois governor vetoes Chicago pension fix, angers city's mayor
CHICAGO Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner on Friday vetoed a legislative fix favored by Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel for two of the city's struggling pension funds and castigated it as a “kick-the-can approach.” The financial footing and credit ratings for ...
Illinois governor vetoes bill to help improve funding ratio for 2 Chicago pension plansPensions & Investments
Gov. Rauner Vetoes Overhaul of Chicago City Pension SystemU.S. News & World Report
Rauner vetoes bill to shore up Chicago municipal workers pensionsChicago Sun-Times
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Chicago Sets Record High Temp Friday
Temps soared into the 80s for much of the Chicago suburbs on Friday. Those temps are supposed to drop off sharply in the coming hours. At O'Hare, temps should be around 77 degrees at 5 p.m., 67 degrees at 6 p.m. and down to 55 degrees by 7 p.m. ...

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Dad Groomed Teen Sons To Be Pimps: Feds
CHICAGO, IL — A Chicago father and his twin sons, who were convicted on human trafficking charges in Illinois, have now been sentenced in a separate federal sex trafficking case. Father Nathan Nicholson, 45, who "groomed his sons to become pimps" and ...
Chicago Father, 2 Sons Sentenced for Sex TraffickingU.S. News & World Report

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Chicago Tribune

Illinois lawmakers propose legalizing recreational marijuana
Chicago Tribune
Based on sales of recreational marijuana in Colorado, the Marijuana Policy Project, a national advocacy group, estimates sales in Illinois could generate about $350 million to $700 million per year. Gov. Bruce Rauner and House Speaker Michael Madigan ...
Marijuana Legalization Bill Introduced In
Illinois General Assembly to Consider Ending Marijuana Prohibition, Regulating and Taxing Marijuana for Adult Use ...Marijuana Policy Project

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Chicago Is The 54th Fattest City In The Country
CHICAGO, IL — Despite its love of food — the not-so healthy stuff like deep-dish pizza, hot dogs and Italian beef — Chicago and other Illinois towns ranked almost dead-center on a list of the 100 fattest cities in the country. WalletHub, which bills ...
2017's Fattest Cities in America | WalletHub®WalletHub

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Illinois School District Closes After Student Dies Of Mystery Illness
PERU, IL — An elementary school district in Peru, Illinois, closed both of its schools after a student died of unknown causes. Peru Elementary School District 124 announced that both Parkside and Northview schools were closed on Wednesday after the ...

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WEEKEND WEATHER: Temps In 70s, Isolated Thunderstorms
On Friday, unseasonably warm high temps between 65 and 74 degrees are in the forecast for the Chicago area. It's also expected to be windy on Friday before a cold front drops into far northern Illinois later this afternoon and into the evening.

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City Club of Chicago: Illinois Comptroller Susana Mendoza
WGN Radio
Running at a difficult time for Illinois, when residents have gone without a budget for over two years, Mendoza was elected on a platform of prioritizing payments to the state's most vulnerable residents. On her first day in office, Mendoza moved state ...
Illinois Governor Announces Cybersecurity Plan | NBC ChicagoNBC Chicago (blog)

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IDOT Funds Repair Project for Key Chicago Bridges - Chicago, IL ...
From IDOT: The Illinois Department of Transportation (IDOT) announced today that $4.2 million in state funds will be released for a City of Chicago project to ...

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Chicago Tribune

Illinois health care advocates cheer GOP bill's demise, worry about future
Chicago Tribune
Hundreds of people march on Wacker Drive toward Trump Tower in Chicago on March 23, 2017, to protest Republican efforts to repeal the Affordable Care Act. President Donald Trump and GOP leaders on March 24 yanked their bill for repeal off the House ...

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