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By Andrew Thomason | Illinois Statehouse News SPRINGFIELD — Illinois taxpayer-subsidized health care for state retirees could end with legislation moving through the Illinois House. Now, after working 20 years, state employees can get 100 percent of their health care costs paid for by taxpayers. State retirees with eight years of service can get 40 percent of their health insurance covered.
Michael J. Moore, United States Attorney for the Middle District of Georgia, announces that Imad Ata Sihwail, age 35, a resident of Wauchula, Florida, was sentenced for bank robbery on March 26, 2012 before Senior United States Judge Hugh Lawson.
SPRINGFIELD, MO—Beth Phillips, United States Attorney for the Western District of Missouri, announced that additional charges have been filed against a fugitive from England who was arrested in Ozark, Mo., and indicted by a federal grand jury today for illegally possessing firearms, document fraud, and identity theft. Edward John Maher, also known as Michael Maher, 56, of Ozark, was charged in a three-count indictment returned by a federal grand jury in Springfield, Mo.
EUGENE, OR—Tyler Fitzsimons, 33, appeared before U.S. District Judge Michael R.
David B. Fein, United States Attorney for the District of Connecticut, today announced that MICHAEL MOYNIHAN, 59, a former pastor at St.
EUGENE, OR—U.S. District Judge Michael Hogan sentenced a 38-year old homeless man, Thomas Joseph Burgoyne, to 48 months in prison following his guilty plea to bank robbery.
OAK BROOK, Ill. , Oct.
Daniel Doctoroff, president of Bloomberg L.P., and Myrtle Stephens Potter, chief executive officer of Myrtle Potter and Company LLC, and Myrtle Potter Media Inc., were elected to the University of Chicago Board of Trustees on June 2. “Daniel Doctoroff and Myrtle Potter are two distinguished University of Chicago alumni who bring to the board an unmatched blend of acumen in policy making, business leadership and strategic vision.
April 1, 2011 SPRINGFIELD – The state budget projections are out – but what would the spending allowance for state agencies look like? Governor Pat Quinn’s administration is setting a 26.9 billion-dollar spending allowance, while the House is 3 billion-dollars lighter – coming in at 23.8 billion dollars.
By Mary J. Cristobal Illinois Statehouse News SPRINGFIELD — As the Illinois House of Representatives and Gov.