Aldermen are set to turn up the heat on Gov. JB Pritzker and other lawmakers Monday over a bill that would set a deadline to move Illinois to 100 percent renewable energy by 2050 as part of an effort to
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A majority of justices on the Illinois Supreme Court on Friday upheld Illinois’ revenge porn criminal statute, ruling against a woman who distributed nude photos of a neighbor her ex-fiance flirted with during their relationship.
A program that offers cybersecurity expertise to the state’s 108 local election authorities in an effort to ensure election security will continue “indefinitely,” according to Illinois’ top elections official.
Gov. JB Pritzker said Thursday the state must consolidate 649 downstate pension funds, promising such a change would dramatically increase the rate of return on investments in those funds.
Metra will use its $1.45 billion share of the mammoth capital plan passed in Springfield this year to order hundreds of new train cars, update transit stations and replace rail bridges along the system’s 500-mile network, agency leaders announced Tuesday.