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3 hrs ago | MSNBC
In this Aug. 15, 2012, file photo Mike Phillips, other union protesters, supporters and labor leaders boo Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn in protest saying he is betraying the Democratic party's tradition of supporting working men and women.
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7 hrs ago | The Washington Post
On Tuesday, the Illinois state legislature passed a bill slashing pensions and angering unions.
9 hrs ago | Chicago Reader
That the pension bill passed by the General Assembly yesterday was "a bipartisan victory for the people of Illinois," according to Governor Pat Quinn, and "theft" according to organized labor? - Steve Bogira That the pension fix was "a desperate move to be reserved for dire circumstances," but a big step forward for Illinois, according to Mark ... (more)
11 hrs ago | The News-Gazette
The only thing decided Tuesday night during a public hearing on whether to remove two city-owned river dams was to hold another public hearing on the issue.
15 hrs ago | St. Petersburg Times
French scientists looking into the death of Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat have dismissed poisoning by radioactive polonium, his widow announced Tuesday in Paris.
After years of discussion and a full day of debate, the Illinois Legislature has passed the $160 Billion Dollar Pension Reform Bill.
The Illinois state legislature voted today to pass a complex overhaul of the state's fiscally shaky public-employee pensions.
Pension bill passes both houses within 2 minutes of each other. Bill now goes to Gov. Quinn, who supports it.
The Illinois General Assembly today narrowly approved a major overhaul of the state government worker pension system following hours of debate on the controversial plan strongly opposed by employee unions.
The Illinois Senate has approved a plan to eliminate the state's $100 billion pension shortfall, considered the worst in the nation.
House Minority Leader Jim Durkin said the deal was made during a Wednesday morning meeting, hopefully setting the stage for a solution to Illinois' roughly $100 billion pension crisis.
Labor unions massed at the state Capitol Tuesday for one of the most dramatic showdowns in memory, a day when the power of Gov. Pat Quinn and the legislative leaders is put to the test as they try to muscle through a complex and controversial fix to Illinois' $100 billion pension crisis.
No Escape from Regulation in 2014 but Some Benefits Arise Regulatory pressure is expected to be stronger than ever next year when mortgage lenders and servicers will test new waters in compliance implementation, process improvements and business strategies.
Illinois lawmakers are set to consider a potentially historic plan to solve the state's worst-in-the-nation $100 billion pension crisis.
The Rockford Pro-Life Initiative has called on Francis Cardinal George to excommunicate Governor Pat Quinn for his outspoken support of same-sex "marriage."
Gov. Pat Quinn today was joined by local students to light the state of Illinois' Christmas tree and launch the annual Illinois Heroes Holiday Card Drive.
A record number of 22,589 registrants and 971 companies using 297,400 net sq ft of exhibit space has designated WEFTEC 2013 - the Water Environment Federation's 86th Annual Technical Exhibition and Conference - as the largest in the organization's 86-year history.