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Rauner Likes Jobs Saved In Nuke Deal, Dislikes 'Corporate Welfare' Component

(CBS) – Gov. Rauner says he’s not happy with the deal lawmakers passed to allow Exelon to raise electricity rates, but contends it was better than earlier proposals. 121 more words

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Supt. Johnson Asks Lawmakers To Stop Revolving Door Of Gun Offenders

(CBS) -- Superintendent Eddie Johnson says the violence in Chicago won't let up until gun laws change. He hopes pending legislation will finally pass in January. 251 more words
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Governor Rauner Explains Veto Of CPS Pension Bailout

CHICAGO (CBS) — Governor Bruce Rauner is defending his veto of a bailout of Chicago Public Schools pensions while saying he’s still ready to negotiate with democratic leaders in the legislature. 94 more words

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State's Attorney Foxx Pledges Greater Transparency As She Takes Office

CHICAGO (CBS) — The new Cook County State’s Attorney, Kim Foxx’s, pledged to make the office more open – in many ways – than it has been before. 394 more words

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Young CHA Residents Become Documentary Filmmakers

CHICAGO (CBS) — Some Chicago public housing residents have put their experiences on the big screen.

DePaul University has teamed up with the Chicago Housing Authority on a documentary program. 143 more words

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3 Killed In Wrong-Way Crash On Reagan Tollway

CHICAGO (CBS) — Three men were killed early Friday in a head-on crash, after a driver started going in the wrong direction on the Reagan Memorial Tollway in west suburban Warrenville. 360 more words

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Triplets Celebrate Their First Birthday By Thanking Suburban Hospital


(CBS) — Triplets from west suburban Berkeley went back to the hospital where they were born to celebrate another milestone: their birthday.

Finn, Ava and Kyle Santiago were actually born on Dec. 122 more words

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