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Political Reporter firstname.lastname@example.org June 18, 2012 6:56PM Tom Swiss, former candidate for Illinois House of Representatives (D-10th District)...Kim~Sun-Times Updated: June 18, 2012 7:34PM Remember Tom Swiss the white former executive director
Route 50 expanded from two lanes to four in Illinois has recently taken another step forward with the passage of House Joint Resolution 86 by the Illinois House of Representatives. The Resolution speaks of the need to expand the highway to four
This is a very exciting time for education, and yet a very difficult time. We have seen some of the most incredible changes in education ever take place in a very short period, changes that will benefit our students and our state for decades to come.
Mr. Marquardt, 75, a former Lombard police officer and firefighter who in 2002 was appointed to serve the final year of a retiring representative's term in the Illinois House, died of cardiac arrest on Wednesday, May 9, at his home in Springfield...
tool goes here The developer of a private housing center at Scott Air Force Base has vowed to keep on fighting against paying property taxes even if the Illinois General Assembly votes to pass a law saying that it is responsible. "We have two big
Some Illinois legislators are trying to make it illegal for anyone under 18 to visit a tanning salon, even with permission from their parents. Earlier this month, the Illinois General Assembly's Human Services Committee passed House Bill 1666, which
State Rep. Roger Eddy, Watseka Community High School principal from 1991-96, has suspended his campaign for election to a sixth term in the Illinois House of Representatives from east central Illinois. Since 1996, Eddy, a Republican, has been
I first wrote about the proposal, from state Rep. Jack Franks (D-Marengo), to freeze property taxes last year. Although that effort failed, Franks vowed the fight wasn't over. It passed this year because I didn't seek any publicity before the vote,
February 15, 2012 2:14AM Alexander Lane, the first African-American man to graduate from what would become Southern Illinois University, moved to Chicago in the early 1890s. Lane enrolled at Rush Medical College, earned his doctor's degree in 1895
A bill introduced in the Illinois House of Representatives would codify a 2007 opinion by Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan that search warrants are considered public records unless a court order specifically stipulates otherwise. The Herald &