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Report warns of Illinois budget problems

A nonprofit group that promotes responsible government spending says Illinois could face budget problems down the road because of its use of one-time revenue created

Roe v. Wade overturned

On Friday, months after a leaked opinion draft signaled that the U.S. Supreme Court was considering overturning the decisions that legalized abortion in the United


Ameren electric rates increased

On April 20, 2022, Ameren Illinois received electric rate results from the regional grid operator (MISO), which include an increase from $5/megawatt to $236/megawatt and


Governor issues 28th disaster proclamation

Last Friday, Gov. Pritzker issued his 28th COVID-19 disaster proclamation and 112th Executive Order since the pandemic began. For more than two years, the Governor has exercised

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