During the last week of February, House and Senate Republicans joined members of the Illinois Sheriffs’ Association for a press conference to denounce Governor Pritzker’s decision to end cooperation and communication with the federal Immigration and Customs Enforcement Agency (ICE).
Illinois Senate Republican leaders recently joined a number of bipartisan lawmakers in announcing the filing of a newly proposed constitutional amendment, Senate Joint Resolution Constitutional Amendment 18 (SJRCA 18), in an effort to restructure the state’s legislature.
There were 9% fewer people tested for the flu in the United States in the week ending February 29 than the previous week, according to numbers being reported to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The U.S. Supreme Court will almost certainly pass on taking on Roe v. Wade, the 1973 ruling that gave women a constitutional right to abortion, when it rules on an Louisiana abortion law heard in oral arguments before the court on Wednesday, says Thomas Olp, Vice President and Senior Counsel of the Thomas More Society (TMS), the pro-life legal group based in Chicago.
The Illinois Department of Transportation announced today the winners from the recent 30th annual Today's Challenge, Tomorrow's Reward awards, recognizing the achievements and efforts that helped to grow and support minority- and female-owned businesses in 2019.
There were 25.4% fewer people tested for the flu in the United States in the week ending March 7 than the previous week, according to numbers being reported to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.