Graphic advertising Tuesday event at the Champaign Public Library.

C-U Citizen Access

News Local/State - May 02, 2017

ACA Event To Show Stories Behind Numbers

You’ve heard all kinds of numbers related to the Affordable Care Act. The number of people gaining health insurance coverage. The increasing cost of premiums and deductibles. But behind all those numbers are the stories of real people and how the ACA has affected them.

Kyle McCarter and Dan McConchie sitting at a table discussing their budget proposal.

Senator Kyle McCarter's Office

News Local/State - May 01, 2017

Conservative Republicans Push Rauner To Endorse ‘No Tax Hike’ Budget

An Illinois Republican with a no-tax-hike budget plan is pushing Governor Bruce Rauner to get on board. State Senator Kyle McCarter (R-Lebanon) is one of the few legislators of either party who says Illinois can solve its budget problems without raising taxes.

Urbana Mayor Laurel Prussing, who ends 12 years in office Monday night.

Jeff Bossert/Illinois Public Media

News Local/State - May 01, 2017

Prussing Looks Back On 12 Years Leading City, Future Plans

Monday marks Urbana Mayor Laurel Prussing’s final day in office. The first woman to serve as the city's mayor will leave office after 12 years.  Diane Marlin will be sworn in to succeed her, after winning February’s Democratic primary and last month’s general election.

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