The changes to the religious objections law were announced Thursday morning, and approved by both chambers that afternoon. Republican Gov. Mike Pence later signed the altered measure, which takes effect in July.
Sunday's conversation that included students, parents, and public officials was the decision of State's Attorney Julia Rietz, rather than charging anyone with a crime. The 'Black Lives Matter' protest occured outside Champaign Centennial High School Dec. 4th.
The deadline’s coming to file tax returns, and aside from the usual headache, this year it’s proving particularly thorny for undocumented immigrants. That’s because, for the first time, there are penalties under the Affordable Care Act for those lacking health insurance
There's a reason analysts say Illinois has the nation's lowest credit rating. It has the nation's largest unfunded pension liability. A 2013 law that’s facing a challenge before the Illinois Supreme Court is intended to help. What affect will a court ruling have on the state's credit worthiness?