“That’s not too much to ask."
Would the proposal even stand up in court, though? DePaul University law professor Leonard Cavise told CBS Chicago he suspected
Silverstein added that he's pulling the bill from consideration. Right? Right. The Chicago Tribune's Eric Zorn contacted
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State Senator and Lieutenant Governor candidate Terry Link's political wave machine is operating at full-tilt boogie. He just scored the endorsement of the 1,000,000-member Illinois AFL-CIO.
The day started with several North Side Democratic politicians, most notably Rod Blagojevich's estranged father-in-law, Ald
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Reaching 19 votes among the 37-member Senate Democratic caucus is an important threshold that signifies backing from a majority