A medical examination room.
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September 26, 2017

New Law Could Mean The Nurse Will See You Now

A new Illinois law is expected to improve access to health care by giving nurses more authority.  The law applies to advanced practice nurses, who are differentiated from other nurses by having obtained higher levels of education and training.


Gov. Bruce Rauner signs high school diploma legislation at Goodwill in Rockford.
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September 24, 2017

Illinois Adults Now Can Pursue High School Diplomas

Nearly 13 percent of Illinoisans do not have a high school diploma. Gov. Bruce Rauner signed a bill into law Friday aimed at changing that. The new law will allow community colleges and non-profit organizations to set up “adult high school” programs where people over 21 can earn diplomas.


This map shows the 13 Rating areas within Illinois. These areas determine rates and options available on health insurance plans.
Illinois Department of Insurance
September 22, 2017

‘Obamacare’ Rates For 2018 Are Going Up—But Less Than In 2017

Illinois residents shopping for health insurance through the Affordable Care Act marketplace for next year could see rate increases as high as 40 percent, under rate plans submitted through the Illinois Department of Insurance.


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