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Despite imposing one of the highest overall tax burdens in the nation, Illinois lawmakers have left the state poorly prepared to deal with the fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic. For years, state … more
This is a story about two very different state legislators, representing very different districts with the same strong belief in hope during a time of anguish. Some legislators are known for their … more
If Rod Serling were alive, well and creating TV again, the maker of all those creepy “Twilight Zone” episodes — still rampant in reruns and SyFy Channel marathons — wouldn’t have to be … more
When I explain to my students the confusing relationship of state and federal laws with one another I used to say it was like ‘trump’ meaning as in a card game where that term applied. Now of … more
Crawford County has gotten progressively wet over the past three Februaries. A total of 4.45 inches of precipitation fell here during the month, with almost all of it coming in the form of … more
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