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by Ellyn Fortino
2:18pm
Tue Jun 14, 2016

Chicago Housing Authority CEO Lauds Progress On Controversial Plan For Transformation, Advocates Remain Skeptical

Chicago Housing Authority CEO Eugene Jones, Jr. spoke at the City Club of Chicago Monday afternoon, detailing the agency's progress toward reaching a key goal under the original Plan for Transformation and lauding the agency's success. But some housing advocates are not that impressed.

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by Ellyn Fortino
5:46pm
Wed Feb 17, 2016

Rauner Gives Dems An Ultimatum During State Budget Address As Stalemate Continues

Republican Gov. Bruce Rauner delivered his second annual budget address Wednesday, even though the state has yet to enact a spending plan for the fiscal year that started more than seven months ago. Progress Illinois provides highlights from and reaction to the address, during which the governor gave Democrats a budget ultimatum.

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by Ellyn Fortino
11:02pm
Mon May 11, 2015

After Pension Ruling, Experts Say Illinois Lawmakers Should 'Face Up' To Need For New Revenue

After the Illinois Superme Court struck down the state's 2013 pension-cutting law on Friday, some economic and political experts say Springfield lawmakers and Gov. Bruce Rauner need to get serious about new revenue options to help address the state's pension and budgetary pressures.

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by Ellyn Fortino
7:43pm
Wed Apr 1, 2015

Garcia Sounds Off On Crime Stats, 'Stop And Frisk' Practices & Housing Issues

While on the campaign trail Wednesday, Chicago mayoral challenger Jesus "Chuy" Garcia weighed in on new crime stats, responded to the ACLU of Illinios' "stop and frisk" report and announced support for the Chicago Housing Initiative's "Keeping the Promise" ordinance. 

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by Ellyn Fortino
7:02pm
Wed Feb 18, 2015

Critics Slam Rauner's Budget Over 'Morally Reprehensible' Cuts

Republican Gov. Bruce Rauner is calling for massive cuts to health care, education and other vital services as part of his budget blueprint to "turnaround" Illinois. Progress Illinois rounds up some of the praise and outrage that has poured in following Rauner's first budget address.

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