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WILL - Illinois Public Media News - January 10, 2013

Savings Coming In for C-U Electricity Aggregate Programs

By Jim Meadows

Participants in Champaign-Urbana’s two Municipal Electricity Aggregation programs have saved nearly $1.2 million so far, compared to what their electric supply bill would be under Ameren. Figures released by the two cities list the savings at more than $690,000 through November for Champaign customers --- and about $500,000 saved through September for Urbana households.

Categories: Business, Technology








Illinois Public Radio - Illinois Public Media News - January 09, 2013

Illinois House Adjourns, No Vote on Pensions

By Amanda Vinicky, with additional reporting from The Associated Press
Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn and Illinois Rep. Elaine Nekritz, D-Des Plaines, testify during a House committee hearing at the Illinois State Capitol

A new session of the Illinois General Assembly begins Wednesday, when candidates who won in November’s elections take the oath of office. The outgoing class of legislators left the incoming one with quite a burden.

Categories: Economics, Politics

WILL - Illinois Public Media News - January 08, 2013

Indiana Lawmakers to Consider Budget, Gay Marriage, School Vouchers

By Sean Powers, with additional reporting from The Associated Press

Lawmakers returned to Indianapolis on Monday for the start of their four-month session. The legislature is expected to take up a host of issues during their session, including gun control, a gay marriage ban, and expanding school vouchers.

Categories: Politics

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