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After Thursday’s mass Chicago shooting left 13 people injured, Gov. Pat Quinn said he’s open and ready to talk with Mayor Rahm Emanuel about bringing in reinforcements from the Illinois State Police to help stem the violence in Chicago.
Tollway officials hope online shaming will encourage scofflaws to pay up. advertisement Motorists with more than $1,000 in Illinois Tollway fines may soon have an extra incentive to pay up.
Gov. Pat Quinn said Saturday he hopes that creating “Bring Your Parents to School Day” will encourage more parents to get involved in their kids’ schooling.
IDNR IDNR officials say this shark fin was on display inside the restaurant. advertisement A Chinatown restaurant is the first business in Illinois to be cited under a new state law that bans the sale, trade or distribution of shark fins.
advertisement Lawmakers End Session With Unfinished Business Lawmakers adjourned Friday without action on gay marriage, gambling expansion or pension reform. Carol Marin reports.
advertisement Illinois GOP Sen. Kirk Endorses Gay Marriage “Same-sex couples should have the right to civil marriage,” Illinois’ junior senator wrote on his website Tuesday.
advertisement Gov. Pat Quinn on Tuesday signed legislation to reduce property tax bills for Illinois seniors.
advertisement David Axelrod took to Twitter Wednesday to warn that votes against gun-control legislation could politically hurt Republicans in the long run. “A bunch of suburban, swing district Republicans in House are probably deeply relieved that Senate appears poised to kill background checks,” Axelrod tweeted.
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instagram/roachbytes via #chicagogram The NRA would like for anyone taking public transportation in Illinois to have the right to carry a gun. advertisement A top lobbyist with the National Rifle Association has added more fuel to a heated gun control debate.