July 11, 2013

Illinois Supreme Court Ends Challenges To Abortion Law

A lengthy legal battle over an abortion notification law appears to be ending, clearing the way for Illinois to begin enforcing a 1995 measure requiring doctors to notify a girl's parents before she undergoes the procedure.


July 11, 2013

Illinois AG Seeks Damages From Apple

Attorney General Lisa Madigan says Illinois will seek to recover damages from Apple Inc. after a federal judge found the company violated antitrust laws.


Asiana Flight 214
(Marcio Jose Sanchez/AP)
July 10, 2013

Asiana 214: Plane Evacuated 90 Seconds After Crash

The evacuation of Asiana flight 214, which crash-landed on Saturday in San Francisco, was delayed because the pilots initially said passengers should stay put, a safety official has said.


In this Wednesday, Jan. 16, 2013 photo, semi-automatic handguns are seen on display at Capitol City Arms Supply in Springfield, Ill.
(Seth PerlmanAP)
July 10, 2013

Gun Group Demands Concealed Carry By Next Week

Illinois lawmakers thought they were in the clear after meeting a federal court's deadline to pass a concealed carry law by Tuesday, but the Illinois State Rifle Association says that is not good enough.


Pat Quinn
(Seth Perlman/AP)
July 10, 2013

Gov. Quinn To Halt Lawmaker Pay

Gov. Pat Quinn is using his veto power to try and suspend state lawmakers' pay because of their inaction on Illinois' pension crisis.


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