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RAUNER WANTS MORE WORKERS’ COMPENSATION REFORMS, MADIGAN CALLS HEARING TO INVESTIGATE FURTHER

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Gov. Bruce Rauner says the state’s workers compensation law is weighted heavily against business. He has made shifting the balance a major part of his “Turnaround Agenda.”

HIGH NOON FOR RAUNER AND SPECIAL INTERESTS IN THIS CARTOON

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Rauner and special interests heading toward showdown.

IILLINOISANS MOURN PRESIDENT LINCOLN DURING FUNERAL PROCESSION THROUGH SPRINGFIELD–150 YEARS LATER

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Almost exactly 150 years after the real event, Illinoisans are staging a re-enactment of the end of President Abraham Lincoln’s funeral procession and burial in Springfield to honor the country’s 16th president and his legacy.

ILLINOIS COLLEGES WITH THE BEST “ADDED VALUE” ON MID-CAREER EARNINGS

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While it seems unlikely that going to any college is going to make a person know less or be less mature or less ready for the job market, some schools do offer more value to a student than others, even when those schools are similar based on traditional rankings standards.

ILLINOIS MAYORS TO RAUNER: DON’T PUNISH US FOR OUR GOOD GOVERNANCE

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Illinois mayors this week held press conferences to voice their anger over Gov. Bruce Rauner’s proposal to cut in half the amount of state income tax revenue Illinois cities will receive next year.

IL TAX REVENUE FLOWS IN, GOOD FRIDAY BUDGET CUTS RESTORED

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Rauner restores $26M to fund autism and other victims of Good Friday budget cuts.

FORMER GOV. DAN WALKER DIES

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Former Illinois Gov. Dan Walker, who walked the length of the state en route to winning the 1972 election and served time in federal prison 15 years later, has died at age 92.

LAWRENCEVILLE, OBLONG MEN ARRESTED IN CONNECTION WITH VINCENNES MURDER

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One man from Lawrenceville and one from Oblong are two of three arrested on charges relating to the murder of a man in Vincennes over this past weekend.

CENTRALIA MAN PLEADS GUILTY TO METHAMPHETAMINE OFFENSES

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James Perry Horton, 48, of Centralia, Illinois, pled guilty today to an 11-count indictment returned by a Federal Grand Jury in December 2014.

FEDERAL INMATE, SUPPOSED TO GO TO MARION, ‘ESCAPED’ TO ALTON INSTEAD, ENTERS GUILTY PLEA

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Collins was to travel to Marion via Greyhound Bus and then take a taxi to the prison.

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