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  • Debate over federal funds focuses on low-income housing

    Debate over federal funds focuses on low-income housing
    The City Commission has decided to approve an agreement with the Orange County government to be a part of the federal government’s Urban County Program – but only after one commissioner got some assurances that the program wouldn’t aim...
  • Illinois took too much money from federal Medicaid account, audit says

    Illinois took too much money from federal Medicaid account, audit says
    Illinois overdrew money from a federal Medicaid account by an average of $60 million per quarter over a three-year period because of “faulty” and “imprecise” practices, according to a federal audit released Monday. The U.S....
  • Emanuel says Rauner should release tax returns

    Emanuel says Rauner should release tax returns
    Mayor Rahm Emanuel today said GOP governor hopeful Bruce Rauner should release his tax returns, echoing calls from Democratic Gov. Pat Quinn’s campaign. Rauner, a private equity specialist who has put his own net worth at more than $500 million,...
  • Letter: Editorial about park missed the goal

    The Glendale News-Press editorial of Aug. 9 about the new Maryland Avenue Park stated in part the following: “Our city leaders must keep seeking and acquiring property in those places where it makes the most sense to create new public parks. There&...
  • Corporate tax scam watch: The 'inversion' craze

    Corporate tax scam watch: The 'inversion' craze
    Apple's done it. Herbalife has done it. Pfizer wanted to do it. What could be wrong with a corporate maneuver eyed by these fine, upstanding American corporations--and nearly 50 others in the last decade? The subject is "inversions," the catch-all...
  • Hogan and Hobby Lobby [Letter]

    Hogan and Hobby Lobby [Letter]
    Within hours of the Supreme Court's decision last week that closely-held corporations could deny coverage for contraceptives through their employees' health insurance policies if doing so violated the owners' religious convictions, Gov. Martin O'Malley...
  • How Tea Party tax cuts are turning Kansas into a smoking ruin

    How Tea Party tax cuts are turning Kansas into a smoking ruin
    Sam Brownback, the Republican governor of Kansas, doesn't just believe in whistling past the graveyard--he's willing to stroll past it in full-throated song. The graveyard is where the economy of Kansas has been buried since 2012, when Brownback and his...
  • Elmhurst named one of 10 best places for families

    Elmhurst named one of 10 best places for families
    A national magazine is recognizing Elmhurst as a great place to raise a family. Family Circle magazine has named Elmhurst to its annual list: Ten Best Places for Families 2014. The magazine reports it worked with Onboard Informatics, a New York City...
  • Air conditioning help available for low-income DuPage residents

    Air conditioning help available for low-income DuPage residents
    Low-income families in DuPage County may be able to get help with air conditioning costs. With the rising cost of home energy, the Low Income Energy Assistance Program (LIEAP), through DuPage County Community Services, is offering to help pay for air...
  • An undeserved debt [Commentary]

    An undeserved debt [Commentary]
    How competent is your 18-year old? Do you trust him or her with your credit card? How about the brand new family car? Better yet, do you think he is competent enough to take out several thousands of dollars of debt with a few pen strokes? Education...
  • How California can best fight climate change

    How California can best fight climate change
    California's landmark climate change law, AB 32, has created a promising cap-and-trade program for greenhouse gases that has put the state on track to meet its emissions goals for 2020, kick-started the state's green technology industry and generated...