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That means limits put in place after Gov. Rod Blagojevich's impeachment will probably remain in place for the rest of this election season.
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More than 40 religious leaders from the North Shore and elsewhere in the Chicago area have sent a letter to Sen. Mark Kirk , calling on him to help families struggling with unemployment.
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A website that offers Illinois consumers more information about insurance costs could help address widespread confusion about choosing a plan on the government sites that are a cornerstone of President Barack Obama's health care law.
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A group is closing out its public comment period on a push to get an ancient southwestern Illinois historical site designated as a national park.
State Sen. Kirk Dillard is being supported by two teachers' unions, retired teachers, and the state employees' union AFSCME, leading Bruce Rauner to suggest Dillard is acting like a Democrat.
University of Illinois trustees voted Thursday to add coverage for sex change operations and treatment to the health insurance plan used by many students at the flagship campus.
One of the dirty little secrets of Congress is that many of them legislate in areas in which they are utterly bereft of knowledge.
In this Jan. 16, 2014 file photo, venture capitalist Bruce Rauner, a candidate for the Republican nomination for Illinois governor, speaks during a business forum in Mount Prospect, Ill.
The Illinois Supreme Court has announced the creation of a Civil Justice Division within the Administrative Office of the Illinois Courts, or AOIC.
Madison and St. Clair counties, both just across the river from St. Louis, are allowing same-sex couples to marry three months ahead of schedule.
Illinois gun activists announced plans to encourage state lawmakers to relax the list of outlawed places for concealed carry during their annual lobbying day in Springfield.
An Illinois couple and their daughter on Wednesday were charged with operating a multimillion-dollar shoplifting ring that involved stealing toys, baby supplies and household items from retail stores and selling them on eBay, prosecutors said.
The man chosen to be the Southern Illinois University system's president soon may learn whether his Ohio employer will let him out of his contract earlier to start his new job.
Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn is a Democrat in a solidly blue state, but it will be tough for him to win re-election.
The Get Covered Illinois Road 2 Coverage statewide mobile tour will make a stop in Marion on Saturday, March 8. The Get Covered Illinois campaign is to help Illinois residents find health coverage.
Illinois lawmakers have mixed thoughts on a proposal that would allow communities around the state to install speed cameras, which are only allowed in Chicago.
Illinois health officials say most antibiotics prescribed in hospitals and nursing homes are unnecessary and their overuse has led to an increase in deadly superbugs.