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"The consent decree will fundamentally change how CPD does business," said Supt. Eddie Johnson. The mayor and attorney general say it's an historic deal good for both the city and police.
The DuPage Board chairman says the county could live with a "virtual" western terminal to start, but although Chicago officials agree to form a panel to monitor growth, doing more is not likely.
If you think your property taxes have been leaping up but your government services are no better than they were, you're not imagining it.
When Chicago raised the city's minimum wage in 2014, there were plenty of voices in the business community who seemed certain the sky would fall. Instead, incomes and employment are up.
"My thoughts are the thoughts of farmers. They want trade, not aid. It’s really just that simple," said Wisconsin Republican Sen. Ron Johnson.
Should J.B. Pritzker be elected governor, the laid-back billionaire would begin one helluva dance with the ward boss who's been House speaker forever, Michael Madigan. Who will lead?
New methods of construction—including factory-manufactured modular housing, “tiny” homes and, yes, 3-D printed homes—can create jobs and put roofs over more heads.
As the retiring Lisa Madigan files her 28th lawsuit against the Trump administration, would-be successors Kwame Raoul and Erika Harold clash over how much is too much.
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