There will undoubtedly be sticking points for some of the governor’s priorities, however, including about $182 million in funding for newly arriving migrants and more than $600 million in health care costs for the undocumented.
The money aims to increase access to community-based providers, such as paying licensing fees for midwives or capital expenses to open birth centers.
State’s attorney candidate Clayton Harris III pledges to ‘chart my own course’ despite being party pick
Harris insists he doesn’t have to choose — and neither do voters — between outgoing leader Kim Foxx’s progressive policies and a safer county.
Eileen O’Neill Burke says she’s running for state’s attorney because ‘our justice system is not working’
The former judge says her decadeslong track record makes her fit for the role. Her critics call it her Achilles’ heel.
Johnson says his signature development plan would rely on letting dozens of the city’s controversial TIF districts expire, and that money would be used to pay back the debt.
The suit says BP, Chevron, ConocoPhillips, Exxon Mobil and Shell have hurt the city by discrediting science even as their products lead to “catastrophic consequences,” including strong storms, flooding, severe heat and shoreline erosion.
The decision comes after Mayor Brandon Johnson gave his blessing last month to end the school district’s $10.3 million contract with the Chicago Police Department.
Chicago residents can support monarch populations by planting milkweed and reducing pesticide use, experts say.
The stress of managing high living costs and food is leading some to cope by actually spending more, survey finds.
Immigration attorney Qasim Rashid is challenging Foster in the Democratic primary of this suburban district. Three GOP candidates are also vying for the seat.