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ComEd Sends Out Fliers After Employee's Daughter Goes Missing

CHICAGO (CBS) — For the first time, ComEd is sending out missing person’s fliers in customers’ monthly billings and grabbing the attention of 3.8 million people. 324 more words

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Steve Cochran Full Show 12.20.16: We love a period choir!

The Hersey High School Choir joined us in-studio and in costume to serenade us with amazing holiday music. Orion Samuelson, Dave Eanet, and Mary Sandberg Boyle exchanged their Secret Santa gifts. 58 more words

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PR Newswire, 2011: Vaccine-Autism Researcher Indicted for Fraud

Apr 19, 2011, 15:33 ET from Coalition for Mercury-Free Drugs (CoMeD)

SILVER SPRING, Md., April 19, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — Based on last week’s indictment of vaccine-autism researcher Dr. 485 more words

Illinois Lawmakers Vote To Bail Out 2 Nuke Plants, At Ratepayer Expense

SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (AP) — A multibillion-dollar subsidy for power giant Exelon Corp. to keep two unprofitable nuclear plants in Illinois operating during the next 13 years was on its way to a supportive Gov. 510 more words

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2 Investigators: Campaign Cash Flows As Utility Pushes Controversial Energy Bill

(CBS) – A utility has been pushing for a controversial energy bill while donating hundreds of thousands of dollars to Illinois lawmakers who are deciding the matter. 271 more words

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Exelon's Bail-Out Bill: $24 Billion Rate Hike to Protect Exelon's Share Price & Dividends

Today’s  Chicago Sun-Times discusses the Exelon Bail-Out Bill.

What began as a means of rewarding Exelon Corp. for generating “clean” nuclear energy and  keeping unprofitable plants in Clinton and the Quad Cities open has evolved into a far-reaching and  contentious revamp of state energy policy.

Check out the article here.

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Pastor Of South Side Church Organizes Opposition To ComEd Rate Hike

CHICAGO (CBS) — Lawmakers who vote for a proposed ComEd rate hike are being warned by opponents of the measure about repercussions for what they say could be billions in extra costs for customers. 209 more words

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