Winter is coming, but Snow might not be.
This victory is the first time Illinois environmentalists worked together on fracking since four Chicago-based organizations chose to support a flawed regulatory bill over the loud objection of people in potentially impacted regions.
Will there be more instances where Sam gets to show his bravery again? Absolutely, yeah. Sam is the best kind of bravery
The skewed IEC award stunned many in Illinois' diverse environmental community, which had been deeply divided over the backroom negotiations on an admittedly flawed regulatory bill earlier this summer.
The previously proposed tax cut package for the companies ballooned to an estimated $850 million a year in reduced revenue
If you care about good government and justice, now would be a good time to ask if the records that helped to free Michael Morton would be readily available under your state's public disclosure laws.