Prices are up for everything from gas to food to Christmas presents and some warn it’s going to stick around.
That check from Facebook for violating Illinois’ Biometric Information Privacy Act by cataloging faces without permission isn’t in the mail yet. It could still be a while. Despite that, the case appears to be having other impacts.
For the first time in 18 months, landlords in Illinois have the green light to evict tenants who are behind in their rent, but people who still need assistance can still get help.
Congressman Mike Bost says the American people deserve to know what taxpayer-funded equipment, aircraft, vehicles, and weapons were abandoned in Afghanistan.
Penalties for Illinoisans who don’t slow down and move over just got tougher as the governor signed two new laws to make penalties harsher for violating Scott’s Law.
The head of the Illinois Manufacturers’ Association is calling on lawmakers to get serious about the electric vehicle business.