Gov. JB Pritzker said he will push a bill authored by Cook County Assessor Fritz Kaegi, which would give the Cook County Assessor’s office — and other offices statewide — the ability to collect operating income and expense data from
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A federal judge in Chicago Thursday will hear arguments in favor of pushing back a deadline again for approximately 36,000 foster children and former youth in care to move from a traditional fee-for-service Medicaid to a Medicaid managed care system.
When union leaders endorsed — and even helped negotiate key provisions in — the bill to legalize marijuana in Illinois last spring, organized labor promised a big presence in the recreational cannabis industry when it got up and running.
The Illinois Supreme Court on Tuesday will hear a case arguing that since the state legalized and decriminalized small amounts of marijuana, a law enforcement officer smelling cannabis should no longer be probable cause to search a person’s property.