Credit: Sarah Watts and Lucius Wisniewski
Once again, her work makes the Jackalope Theatre Company feel like the center of something extraordinary.
For Youth Inquiry’s allegory is didactic, but also engaging and entertaining.
Before abortion was legal in Illinois, plenty of referral services were eager to cash in on women’s desperation.
Also, attorney general candidate Scott Drury believes Madigan thought he was wearing a wire during a meeting.
Also, Senator Dick Durbin is bringing a local medical student “Dreamer” to Trump’s State of the Union address.
Also, Alderman Howard Brookins Jr. is running for a Cook County judgeship.
Also, Bernie Sanders endorses Jesus “Chuy” Garcia for Congress.
Also, Governor Rauner signs a bill expanding abortion coverage.
Also, Rahm Emanuel says Trump is trying to distract Americans from important issues like the North Korea crisis.
Also, paper and plastic bag use has dropped by 42 percent since the bag tax was implemented.
The former pro-choice governor has threatened to veto a pro-choice bill.
The medical director of Planned Parenthood of Illinois says the healthcare provider will stick with its mission, regardless of what the new president and Congressional Republicans do.
Personal PAC’s pro-choice fund-raiser is kind of like a turtle race. Only with vibrators. And politics.
Hundreds of women flock to Illinois annually to get abortions not available in their home states. The recent Supreme Court decision could change that.