Trump tax-cap workaround picks up speed in Springfield
The Senate approves the pending bill on state and local deductions, sending it back to the House. It could be on Rauner's desk by early next week.
Confusing laws are disenfranchising eligible Illinois voters who've been incarcerated, and some of them haven't even been convicted of a crime.
Despite the state's reputation as a legal, fiscal and managerial hellscape for big manufacturers, Illinois turns up third on Global Trade magazine's list of the friendliest states to auto makers.
Senior bankers in New York, Chicago and Los Angeles are affected by the move.
With signs that we and the D.C. area will make Amazon's shortlist, how will the president impact the process?
“I have a very good job at the University of Chicago, and I am actually an academic, not a professional central banker. So I'm very happy where I am.”
The mayoral hopeful also wants to "partner" with the police union, but agrees that tighter discipline and better accountability is needed to stop street violence.
Can cats and dogs get along? A DePaul study suggests the CTA and its customers might be better off if the transit agency collaborated with ride-hailing companies.
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