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Disclosure is collecting information about certain situations in southern Illinois involving violation of due process and other unconstitutional practices.

ISP officers raise funds for Special Olympics Illinois

Illinois State Police (ISP) officials from Zone 5 Investigations presented a check for $2,000 Friday (February 3) to Special Olympics Illinois at the Law Enforcement Torch Run Kickoff Conference in Bloomington.

AG MADIGAN CONDEMNS EXECUTIVE ORDERS DECIMATING FINANCIAL REFORMS AND THE CFPB

Lisa Madigan continues to promote the divide between the government, and people with common sense.

MADIGAN & 15 OTHER ATTORNEYS GENERAL CONDEMN THE UNCONSTITUTIONAL EXECUTIVE ORDER ON IMMIGRATION, VOW TO UPHOLD CONSTITUTION

Apparently Lisa Madigan doesn’t believe there are terrorists, either.

State deer take down, muzzeloaders show 26 percent increase

It appears Illinois drivers will have to do a bit more swerving from one lane to the other, sliding in gravel and even skimming through a local corn or wheat field in coming months after this year’s deer season

ISP DISTRICT 9 ANNOUNCES ARREST OF HOMICIDE SUSPECT

Howard was wanted in connection with anongoing murder investigation in Little Rock, Arkansas.

ILLINOIS STATE POLICE ARREST SUSPECT FOR THREATENING PUBLIC OFFICIALS

Illinois State Police (ISP) Zone 1 Investigations today arrested Eric M. Pence, 24, of Chicago, for sending a threat letter to the Governor.

EAST ST. LOUIS MAN SENTENCED FOR HEROIN AND FIREARMS OFFENSES

This is a boy Brandy, not a girl Brandy. His parents apparently set the stage for his career choice, doing that to him.

NEW ILLINOIS LAWS FOR 2017…AND NO INDICATION THAT ANY WERE DONE AWAY WITH

And of course, there’s no indication of any laws being done away with….our legislators just make more and more.

MADIGAN, STATES ANNOUNCE AGREEMENT WITH SIX MAJOR RETAILERS TO STOP THE USE OF CONTROVERSIAL ON-CALL SHIFTS

Attorney General Lisa Madigan, along with attorneys general from seven other states and the District of Columbia, today announced agreements with six major retailers to stop using on-call shifts, a practice that can create significant roadblocks for workers seeking to earn a stable and steady paycheck.

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