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Crowd Voices Dismay at College of DuPage Presidents Exit Deal

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There is no ‘right’ way to vote for a wrong $762,868.77 severance package.

U.S. ATTORNEY FOR SO. ILLINOIS ANNOUNCES CRACKDOWN ON FEDERAL TAX FRAUD

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Stephen R. Wigginton, United States Attorney for the Southern District of Illinois, along with David E. Talcott, Assistant Special Agent in Charge, Internal Revenue Service/Criminal Investigation, Chicago Field Office, highlighted today a full series of recent Indictments and criminal prosecutions aimed at combating federal tax fraud.

Quinn’s delay on medical marijuana licenses means patients now waiting on Rauner’s “thorough legal review”

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Two weeks after former Gov. Pat Quinn failed to announce which businesses would be allowed to grow medical marijuana in Illinois, Gov. Bruce Rauner’s office says it will have to review the whole process.

Rauner blasts unions, calls for Illinois right-to-work zones

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Rauner revives Illinois right-to-work message in Decatur college speech.

CALL TO ACTION, DuPAGE COUNTY: All Citizens Must Stop COD Board Tonight!!

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COLLEGE OF DuPAGE NEEDS THE HELP OF THE PUBLIC TONIGHT!

Top 10 Illinois colleges whose graduates have the highest earning potential

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One of the most persuasive reasons to go to college is to gain the experience and knowledge needed to get a good-paying job after graduation.

Chicago mayoral candidates talk policing, food deserts, schools and jobs at Chicago Tribune debate

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All four challengers expressed disappointment with the current state of politics in Chicago, including Emanuel’s administration.

Watch: Rauner (and dogs) discuss state budget, upcoming reform plans at Executive Mansion

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Gov. Bruce Rauner brought his dogs Pumpkin and Stella along for a “road trip” to Springfield Jan. 24 to see the Executive Mansion. They shared a McDonald’s hamburger along the way before stopping at the governor’s new home to speak with reporters about his ongoing plans to bring change to Illinois.

Rauner cabinet grows: Heads of labor, human rights, state police, financial/professional regulation, CMS, public safety named

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1 Quinn holdover to remain in Rauner cabinet.

COLLEGE OF DuPAGE SUED FOR OPEN MEETINGS ACT VIOLATIONS

“The Board’s actions were a slap in the face to the principles of open government and transparency that are embodied in the Open Meetings Act.”

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