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Learning about 401(k)'s
Court takes up arguments today.
The state treasurer says an independent review of his office has found problems with an internship program and a college scholarship program that needs a complete overhaul.
Illinois' historic sites are -- if the governor gets his way -- on their way to being part of an expanded Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity.
What does Springfield Mayor-Elect Jim Langfelder expect his transition team to help him with?
"I've not heard from the Secret Service, so I don't know that [Obama will be coming]."
The immediate cuts to immigrant services include closing 10 welcoming centers around the state.
The cuts most recently made to the Illinois state budget affect college students and residents in the Chicago area with sickle cell anemia.
Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner has a new million-dollar supporter: billionaire developer Sam Zell.
Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan is continuing her push for legislation to help victims of sexual assaults on college campuses move through the legal system.
Cronus Chemicals will start building on the site near Tuscola.
Governor's budget depends on $2.2B in pension savings which have not been introduced as a bill
Lawmakers recognize a hot-button issue
DNR is on the case
Federal act does not gain favor with senators
Citizens Utility Board pushes bill
Right now, $413,200 puts you in the top tax bracket
Smith also says charter schools should be part of the mix.
Bill also passed to use e-learning in Illinois schools during inclement weather.
Providers say some programs may not survive if funding is not restored.