Lift the Ban Coalition braces for a 2020 fight in Springfield
In the district that’s been reelecting Mike Madigan every two years since 1970, some say they only ever see him on TV.
Recycled Records features 30,000 records for as little as $2 each, but its owners are ready to move on.
Also, Legionnaires’ Disease might be a problem in the state capitol.
The animosity between Illinois’s largest city and its smaller towns is almost as old as the state itself.
Also, the Obama Presidential Center will feature a public library instead of a presidential library.
Also, a Chicago priest blessed the Mandalay Bay hotel floor where Las Vegas shooter conducted massacre.
Also, prompted by the highly unpopular pop tax, Cook County commissioner Richard Boykin is mulling a 2018 run against board president Toni Preckwinkle.
The governor summoned legislators to Springfield for absolutely no reason.
Also, ICE chief singles out Chicago, NYC, SF and Philadelphia as the ‘worst’ sanctuary cities.
Also, catching up with Garry McCarthy.
Also, Chicago is raising $2.5 million less than anticipated from its seven-cent bag tax.
Also, the New York Daily News slams Rahm’s “DUMB TRACK MIND.”
Also, Trump has reportedly tapped 48-year-old John Lausch as the U.S. attorney for Chicago.
Also, Chicago’s minimum wage goes up to $11 per hour July 1, though the press for $15 per hour continues.