Campaign Updates: Berrios Makes Ad Buy, Gariepy Pens Book February 20, 2018 By A.D. Quig - The incumbent Cook County Assessor hits cable airwaves this week – one month away from primary day, while a candidate for Treasurer pens a whole book on why he’s running.
Assessor Candidates Wrap Final Arguments in Ballot Fight January 29, 2018 By A.D. Quig - Update: This story was updated on January 29 to reflect the judge’s decision last week to deny a temporary restraining order and preliminary injunction in attorney Frank Aliva’s case against the Cook County Officers Electoral Board.  Attorneys for two Assessor

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Plan Commission Agenda Includes Cluster of Fulton Market Developments, New Englewood High School February 15, 2018 By A.D. Quig - The Chicago Plan Commission meets at 10:00 a.m. today to consider a cluster of zoning changes in the 27th Ward, and two lakefront developments: a practice facility for Loyola athletes, and construction of the new Englewood high school in Ald.

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What to Expect from the Veto Session in Springfield

This week on The Daily Line’s Aldercast, publisher Mike Fourcher joins a panel of Springfield lobbyists to break down what might happen during next week’s veto session at the Illinois General Assembly. On Tuesday, the members reconvene to finish up the 2017 legislative agenda, all while they’re passing petitions for 2018 elections. So what’s being prioritized and what will be left behind?

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