“Considering we’re in the middle of a pandemic and economic crisis, this is going to impact DACA recipients in more than one way,” said one Illinois recipient.
As Extra Money For Gig Workers Expires, Delays In Illinois Mean Some May Still Be Waiting For Checks
With Congress debating whether to extend extra unemployment benefits, some in Illinois may still be waiting for Pandemic Unemployment Assistance from the government’s first round of help.
The daughter-in-law of a key figure in the Springfield scandal plans to lead Wednesday’s “ethics reforms” meeting with power-company executives.
You may want rethink those vacation plans to Lake Geneva or the Wisconsin Dells, Chicago public health officials warn.
The mayors of six U.S. cities, including Chicago, are appealing to Congress to make it illegal for the U.S. government to deploy militarized agents to cities that don’t want them.
The pandemic has upended summer plans for college students, from internships to travel to jobs. Instead, many turned to summer school.
Mayor Lori Lightfoot Is ‘Deeply Disturbed’ By The ComEd Scandal, And Takes Its CEO To Task For An ‘Inadequate’ Response
In a letter obtained by WBEZ, Lightfoot criticizes ComEd’s CEO for the utility’s handling of a broad public corruption scandal.
Their call comes days before a City Council hearing on ComEd’s lucrative franchise agreement with the city.
The Deerfield-based chain of drug stores did not say why Stefano Pessina decided he will leave the role he’s held for five years.
Residents of those facilities account for 55% of all coronavirus deaths in Illinois.