November 05, 2012

Illinois Moves Ahead on Health Insurance Exchange

Illinois is considering proposals from five companies to build a health insurance exchange that would meet requirements of President Barack Obama's health law. An official from one of those companies says whoever wins Tuesday's presidential election many states will continue their plans for these marketplaces.


November 05, 2012

Concealed Carry on Ballot in Some Counties

With most voters focused on the economy or health care when they vote Tuesday, some in Illinois will get a chance to send a message about gun control.


November 01, 2012

Campaign Spending Could Sway Indiana Senate Race

Indiana’s U.S. Senate race is one of the tightest in the country – most polls throughout the campaign have the difference between Democrat Joe Donnelly and Republican Richard Mourdock within the margin of error -- a statistical tie. 


November 01, 2012

IBHE Director Stepping Down

The director of the Illinois Board of Higher Education announced he was stepping down Wednesday evening.


October 31, 2012

Gov. Quinn’s Half-Measures on Prison Openness

After months and months of requests from media outlets, Illinois Gov. Quinn is finally allowing reporters into prisons. It is a step in the right direction, but it took the threat of a federal lawsuit. Still, Quinn’s administration continues to throw up roadblocks to meaningful transparency.


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