A Chicago-based union recently took part in three federal lawsuits sounding the alarm over the outcome of Janus v. AFSCME.
Attorney general hopeful Sharon Fairley says there’s more to her candidacy than her work for IPRA.
Also, Chicago’s private-sector job market is booming.
Also, the Blackhawks allowed Bryan Bickell to retire as a Blackhawk with a one-day contract.
Also, Kwame Raoul, Gery Chico, others express interest in replacing Lisa Madigan as attorney general.
Also, Sandi Jackson has subpoenaed former Today Show host Tamron Hall and a strip club owner in increasingly bizarre divorce case.
Also, Illinois attorney general Lisa Madigan sues the city to enforce police reform.
Chicago’s mayor gets aboard a police reform effort from Illinois’s attorney general, but will victims of police violence be sidelined?
Also, a former Miss America has announced a run against incumbent attorney general Lisa Madigan.
The governor’s race remains a sausage party. And as a result everyone who looks to the Democrats for leadership suffers.
Also, police officers tied to Laquan McDonald shooting will return to CPD’s payroll but not the streets.
Also, a study has linked high blood pressure to segregated neighborhoods.
Anbang Insurance Group uses the firm of Madigan & Getzendanner to handle its Chicago property taxes.
Also, Forrest Claypool accuses Rauner of “acting like Trump.”
What happened in Illinois politics while we were all paying attention to the new president.