Posts Tagged “lawsuit”

Federal Judge Enters Judgment in Favor of Orland Fire Protection District

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Federal Judge Enters Judgment in Favor of Orland Fire Protection District

Federal Judge Enters Judgment in Favor of Orland Fire Protection District After a week-long trial in the Northern District of Illinois, Federal Judge Thomas M. Durkin ruled in favor of the Orland Fire Protection District in a lawsuit filed against it by a major fire alarm monitoring company.  The lawsuit alleged that the Fire District violated…

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Illinois Prisons accused of censoring prisoner news

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Illinois Prisons accused of censoring prisoner news

Illinois Prisons accused of censoring prisoner news Newsletter Publisher Files Censorship Suit Against Illinois Dept. of Corrections (IDOC). Prisoners denied newsletter providing vital legal information The Human Rights Defense Center (HRDC), a non-profit organization based in Lake Worth, Florida, will file a federal lawsuit Tuesday (Feb. 13, 2018) against the Illinois Department of Corrections (IDOC) that alleges…

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Technology was supposed to help us, not rob us

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Technology was supposed to help us, not rob us

Technology was supposed to help us, not rob us We were told that computers were supposed to make our lives more efficient, and save us time and money. They have done none of that. Instead, they are ruining our lives, costing us a fortune and contributing to a society driven by anger and emotion. By…

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Retail Merchants Association deserves our support

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Retail Merchants Association deserves our support

Retail Merchants Association deserves our support In the fight for taxpayer rights, the Illinois Retail Merchants Association (IRMA) deserves our support By Ray Hanania When it comes to the rights of taxpayers, no one, it seems, has the courage to fight for taxpayer rights more than the Illinois Retail Merchants Association (IRMA) which is now…

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