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  • Reader disputes Sun Sentinel endorsement

    Reader disputes Sun Sentinel endorsement
    Your conclusion that Ron Coddington "edges" out Joe Miller based on your interview is flawed and a disservice to the citizens of District 1.
  • Willie Wilson, power broker? No

    Willie Wilson, power broker? No
    Clearly, most journalists in town didn't know how to handle a problem like Willie Wilson. An apparently genial fellow with a charitable heart. An inspiring rags-to-riches biography. But a plausible mayor of Chicago? Lord, no! He had ambition. He had...

    CTA and CPD leaders speak against adverse pension ruling

    On March 11, the Illinois Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in the lawsuits challenging SB 1: the 2013 legislation that reformed the pension systems of state and university employees and teachers outside the city of Chicago. This lawsuit has...

    Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf's first budget raises income and sales taxes, restores school cuts

    Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf's first budget raises income and sales taxes, restores school cuts
    HARRISBURG — In his first budget address to lawmakers, Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf laid out an ambitious $33.8 billion spending plan that raises taxes a combined 16 percent to slash corporate and property taxes, restore education cuts and wipe out...

    Chicago mayoral race mirrors schism challenging Democratic Party

    CHICAGO The Democratic Party is riven over how loud a voice to give its progressive wing. Chicago is that struggle's new frontline. Mayor Rahm Emanuel, who has dared to anger his party's organized-labor allies, is being challenged in the city's first...