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  • On the 'Scholarship' list in Springfield

     
    Where do our lawmakers stand on the issue of legislative scholarships -- those tuition waivers that members of the state house and senate have traditionally been allowed to dispense to constituents? As part of the renewed effort to abolish that...
  • Gay marriage passes Illinois House

     
    One vote to spare. It's happened, folks. Governor Quinn has indicated he'll sign the bill, and it's already cleared the Senate. Welcome to the future, Illinois. Here's the roll call: Democrats voting no: Anthony Beiser, John Bradley, Katherine Cloonen,...

    Rauner runs risks moving from attack dog to pragmatist

     Rauner runs risks moving from attack dog to pragmatist
    Bruce Rauner long has spoken of the need to demand more from teachers and students alike. But before a conservative audience in Lake County last fall, the then-Republican candidate for governor lashed out at new Common Core education standards aimed at...

    Ex-Quinn chief of staff denies grant program about politics

     Ex-Quinn chief of staff denies grant program about politics
    A two-day hearing into Gov. Pat Quinn’s troubled 2010 anti-violence program culminated Thursday in a tense exchange between Republican lawmakers who said it was created to turn out Democratic votes during a tight election contest and the governor&...

    Quinn anti-violence grant hearings get green light from federal prosecutor

    Quinn anti-violence grant hearings get green light from federal prosecutor
    SPRINGFIELD — The top federal prosecutor in central Illinois has given the green light for a panel of lawmakers to resume hearings into Democratic Gov. Pat Quinn’s  anti-violence program that now could unfold only weeks before the Nov. 4...