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  • State budget would take bite out of major crimes task force

    State budget would take bite out of major crimes task force
    Gov. Bruce Rauner's budget plan for the 2015-16 fiscal year would result in the loss of the main source of funds for the South Suburban Major Crimes Task Force, a special unit often called in to investigate some of the Southland's most heinous crimes.
  • Southland officials urge Rauner to back airport, tollway

    A letter signed by three dozen Democratic and Republican officials from Cook, Will and Kankakee counties was sent this week to Gov. Bruce Rauner, urging him to give the green light to several major Southland projects, including the South Suburban...

    House passes 'quick-take' bill for proposed Illiana tollway

    House passes 'quick-take' bill for proposed Illiana tollway
    The Illinois House today passed legislation giving the state so-called quick-take power to acquire private property for the proposed Illiana expressway connecting Interstate 65 in Indiana and I-55 in Illinois. Quick-take would let the Illinois Department...

    Strip club tax sent to governor

    Strip club tax sent to governor
    SPRINGFIELD --- Strip clubs that sell booze or let people drink alcoholic beverages would face a new tax under a measure the Illinois House sent to the governor today. Lawmakers approved the strip club tax 92-23, with three voting present. The money...

    Consumer legislation deserves support

    Our elected lawmakers have returned to Harrisburg for their first legislative session of the new year, and there are plenty of opportunities for them to show they care about consumers. Several pending bills would protect shoppers and homeowners from...