Articles Archive for September 2011
* 1:56 pm – Illinois AFL-CIO President Michael Carrigan just sent this e-mail to his executive board. I confirmed it with Cullerton’s office…
Patricia Cullerton, mother of Illinois Senate President John Cullerton, D-Chicago, died Thursday …
* Dear Gov. Pat Quinn,
You’d probably better set aside more money in your budget to fight a blizzard of lawsuits over your planned facility closures…
Among the potential roadblocks is a statute designating the Chester Mental Health Center a…
Holy hijacking! This from the Call To Action on Facebook: Tomorrow is the Feast of St. Therese of Lisieux! Patron saint of the women’s ordination movement! Forward this petition to your friends–it will be hand-carried to the Vatican in two …
It sounds like City Hall got a big surprise with today’s news that a summit meeting with Russia could be held in Chicago next spring, likely as part of the already scheduled G8-NATO meeting. The news came when the Associated Pr…
Ludicrous. If it were up to LaHood we’d all be doing this all winter long.Hey, the country’s goin’ to hell in a handbasket, but doofus Barack is your new bicycle…and the wimmin’ are restlessP.S. Give credit to the source: Winds, waves close lakefront…
America is threatened by many crises, ranging from economicrecession to international terrorism, but none of these threats arequite so immediate or so fundamentally hostile to our democraticform of government as the existential menace of Florida….
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The experience in New York, whose health system is five times the size of Cook County’s, should come in handy when Mr. Raju starts his job next week as chief executive of the Cook County Health and Hospitals System.
From the Chicago Tribune
Report: CPS reforms failed many students
Starting Monday, residents in Beverly will have their curbside recycling picked up by a single Waste Management driver in an automated truck that tips glass, paper and plastic into the back.