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Republicans urge Senate to stand up to Chuck Schumer

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Republicans urge Senate to stand up to Chuck Schumer

Republicans urge Senate to stand up to Chuck Schumer Republicans Must Oppose Schumer’s Blank Check Bill that Would Crush Individual Liberty & Freedom Fairfax, Va. – Americans for Limited Government President Rick Manning issued the following statement today in reaction to an attempt by Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer to pass a massive spending bill…

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Cicero lawsuit accuses BNSF of altering property to force water runoff into neighborhoods

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Cicero lawsuit accuses BNSF of altering property to force water runoff into neighborhoods

Cicero lawsuit accuses BNSF of altering property to force water runoff into neighborhoods The Town of Cicero this week filed a lawsuit against the BNSF Railway Company alleging that the company intentionally elevated its land surface by several feet and covered the soft ground with pavement to force the run-off of rainwater from its property…

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Tribute to fighter behind a Chicagoland success story, RoseMarie Lipinski

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Tribute to fighter behind a Chicagoland success story, RoseMarie Lipinski

Tribute to fighter behind a Chicagoland success story, RoseMarie Lipinski Court of Claims Judge RoseMarie Lipinski, nee Lapinski, attorney and wife of former alderman and Congressman Bill Lipinski, passed away late Sunday night July 11, 2021 at age 83 after a long illness. RoseMarie Lipinski, the mother of two children Laura and Dan, and two grandchildren…

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Monday’s Column: Making the impact of coronavirus worse

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Monday’s Column: Making the impact of coronavirus worse

Monday’s Column: Making the impact of coronavirus worse Race, politics and a lack of justice is making the impact of the coronavirus pandemic worse on Americans. Many politicians at the Federal and State level are instead helping targeted constituencies rather than addressing the wider problem in Illinois, Cook County and Chicago. They are creating a race…

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US Post Office failing to do its job

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US Post Office failing to do its job

US Post Office failing to do its job Why no one is addressing the growing crisis at the US Post Office. The mail is not getting delivered and no one cares. But it is costing taxpayers hundreds of millions in bank fees, late payments and the delays are hurting seniors the most. By Ray Hanania…

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Orland Township Bringing Excitement with Back-To-School Health Fair

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Orland Township Bringing Excitement with Back-To-School Health Fair

Orland Township Bringing Excitement with Back-To-School Health Fair Residents are invited to attend the fun-filled back to school event later this Summer. Orland Township hopes to get everyone ready to get back to school this August by holding their annual Back-To-School Health Fair, proudly presented by Supervisor Paul O’Grady and the Board of Trustees! The…

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Opinion writing: “If you want a friend, get a dog”

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Opinion writing: “If you want a friend, get a dog”

Opinion writing: “If you want a friend, get a dog” I am grateful for the readership that I get in my opinion writing, and I appreciate those who support me and enjoy the column and recognize the importance of the angry haters, too. If I wanted a friend, I would go out and get a…

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React from anti-crime aldermen on special City Council meeting

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React from anti-crime aldermen on special City Council meeting

React from anti-crime aldermen on special City Council meeting By Ray Hanania A special Chicago City Council meeting was held on Friday (July 2, 2021) to address the rising gun violence and record deaths taking place in Chicago. Many Aldermen have criticized Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot for failing to do her job. Lightfoot has responded…

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Something big to cheer about, for a change

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Something big to cheer about, for a change

Something big to cheer about, for a change Suburban officials in Orland Park come out strong to cheer on local Olympic favorite Evita Griskenas who is one of a team of Americans who will compete in the Tokyo Olympics July 26 through August 8. Griskenas performs in the rhythmic gymnastic, a popular competition for audiences….

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Liz Gorman named to Regional Transportation Authority Board

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Liz Gorman named to Regional Transportation Authority Board

Liz Gorman named to Regional Transportation Authority Board Former Cook County Commissioner Elizabeth “Liz” Doody Gorman was appointed Wednesday to serve on the Regional Transportation Authority (RTA) board of commissioners representing Cook County’s suburbs. Gorman, was praised as “someone who can work with all elected officials and governments,” received the overwhelming support of the Cook…

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LakeView Towers Association members protest exclusion from 46th Ward public meeting

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LakeView Towers Association members protest exclusion from 46th Ward public meeting

LakeView Towers Association members protest exclusion from 46th Ward public meeting Diane Santucci releases this statement in response to being denied her vote as the authorized representative of her association at the 46th Ward Zoning Committee. Lakeview Towers Board Member Diane Santucci is opposed to a proposed development at 4600 N Marine Drive, which is on the…

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80 students at Youth camp infected with COVID

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80 students at Youth camp infected with COVID

80 students at Youth camp infected with COVID Public Health Officials Announce More Than 80 COVID-19 Cases Now Associated with Youth Camp Outbreak. Secondary outbreak now connected with previously reported youth camp outbreak in central Illinois The Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) is now reporting 85 teens and adult staff at a summer youth camp…

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