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Freedom of Information Act

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  • RedBlueAmerica: Should the IRS crack down on politics in churches?

    Although the first primaries of the 2016 election season are still months away, the Internal Revenue Service appears to be already gearing up to investigate churches that participate in politics. The Alliance Defending Freedom, a conservative group based...
  • State Medicaid sued over plan to stop paying for disabled kids' nursing care

    State Medicaid sued over plan to stop paying for disabled kids' nursing care
    Illinois Medicaid plans to stop paying for skilled nursing for more than 100 children with complex medical needs, eliminating services that help keep them alive in an effort to save money, according to a newly filed federal lawsuit. Many of the children...
  • St. Charles spending $50,000 on logo, tagline for downtown area

    St. Charles spending $50,000 on logo, tagline for downtown area
    A new logo St. Charles officials unveiled last month is costing the city $50,000, and it won't replace the original "Pride of the Fox" branding – just work alongside it. The logo and its corresponding tagline, "St. Charles — Discover Your...
  • College of DuPage trustees, administrators bill alcohol to foundation

     College of DuPage trustees, administrators bill alcohol to foundation
    College of DuPage trustees and senior administrators used a separate — and previously undisclosed — account at the campus' high-end restaurant to charge thousands of dollars in alcohol to a foundation intended to fund student scholarships, a...
  • Former Gloucester supervisor Teresa Altemus challenges incumbent Chris Hutson for GOP nomination

    Former Gloucester supervisor Teresa Altemus challenges incumbent Chris Hutson for GOP nomination
    GLOUCESTER — Six years after presiding over a political tumult that cost Gloucester County hundreds of thousands of dollars, led to a case heard by the state Supreme Court and ultimately prompted a change in state law to defend people's right to...
  • Virginia alcohol agency's arrest powers under scrutiny

    A Virginia alcohol-law enforcement agency that has sparked public outrage over two high-profile arrests has investigated three complaints of excessive use of force by its officers in the last five years, according to data obtained by The Associated...
  • Two months later, Gary names axed principals

    Two months later, Gary names axed principals
    Nearly two months after it fired six principals, the Gary Community School Corp. has finally released their names. Four are principals and two are an assistant principals. All of them work at academically struggling schools. The principals are Sheila...
  • Pearl Harbor center superintendent leaving for new job

    The National Park Service superintendent who was at the helm of the Pearl Harbor visitors' center when tour companies allegedly sold tickets to the site is taking a job in Massachusetts. Paul DePrey said Tuesday he will leave Hawaii in June to be...
  • Hartford Deputy Fire Chief Suspended With Pay

    Hartford Deputy Fire Chief Suspended With Pay
    HARTFORD — Hartford Fire Department Deputy Chief of Training Daniel Nolan has been suspended with pay pending an investigation into an incident that occurred during and after a meeting of the task force that is investigating the department. Fire...
  • Princeton gets $1M settlement in sludge reduction lawsuit

    The north central Illinois city of Princeton has received more than $1 million in a lawsuit settlement. The (LaSalle) News Tribune (http://bit.ly/1FSmWD8 ) received information on the settlement with Evoqua Water Systems and CMT Architects through a...
  • Delaware governor refuses to provide 'secret' email address

    Delaware Gov. Jack Markell is refusing to disclose a personal email address he often uses for state business, while acknowledging in response to a lawmaker's FOIA request that it is one of the "worst-kept secrets" in state government. In a letter last...