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by Ellyn Fortino
1:35pm
Thu Feb 20, 2014

Cook Co. Board Hopefuls Tout Endorsements At Candidate Forum; Boykin Fires Back At Residency Concerns

Candidates running in the crowded West Side Democratic primary race for Cook County commissioner had a chance to make their pitch to voters at a candidate forum Wednesday night. Progress Illinois provides some of the highlights from the event.

PI Original
by Ellyn Fortino
5:10pm
Mon Feb 17, 2014

Chicago Unions Form Pension Coalition, Vow To Defend City Workers' Retirement Security

A number of public sector workers and retirees in Chicago have officially joined a unified front to protect their retirement security from being diminished as part of citywide pension reform. Progress Illinois takes a closer look at the new We Are One Chicago coalition.

PI Original
by Ellyn Fortino
4:57pm
Tue Feb 11, 2014

Candidates In Crowded 40th District Race Talk Pension Reform, Other Issues

From taxes to public education funding to statewide pension reform, the six candidates vying to represent Illinois' 40th District on Chicago's Northwest Side laid out their positions on a number of issues at a public forum Monday night. Progress Illinois was there for the forum.

PI Original
by Ellyn Fortino
6:26pm
Wed Feb 5, 2014

Chicago City Council Roundup: Aldermen OK $1.9 Billion In Borrowing; Ervin Wants A State Rep. To Resign

Progress Illinois provides a recap of Wednesday's Chicago City Council meeting.

PI Original
by Ellyn Fortino
6:33pm
Wed Jan 29, 2014

Breaking Down Quinn's State Of The State Address

Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn’s “State of the State” speech Wednesday afternoon zeroed in on job creation, a new early childhood education initiative and efforts to boost small businesses and rebuild the middle class, including a renewed push to raise the state's minimum wage. Progress Illinois takes a look at some of the highlights from the speech.

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