To sue Trump or not to sue Trump: That's the question in Illinois AG race
As the retiring Lisa Madigan files her 28th lawsuit against the Trump administration, would-be successors Kwame Raoul and Erika Harold clash over how much is too much.
Disaffected Democrats who think a big blue wave is going to sweep as many as three Illinois Republicans from the U.S. House this fall maybe should reach for their checkbooks.
A longtime fixture of the state's government and political establishment slates his retirement, but will stay on for a while running IMA's for-profit polling and campaign unit.
A dollar spent in Lincoln Park may help get a family an apartment, but a dollar spent in Pullman, North Lawndale, Garfield Park or Woodlawn will do much more good in the neighborhood.
Democratic-allied groups call for Rauner to promise not to weaken a controversial abortion rights measure he signed into law. Rauner accuses foes of "pure politics."
Midwest cities are giving up their home field advantage—namely, Big Ten alumni talent—to coastal cities. And that should be a sobering conclusion for every Midwest city outside Chicago.
Don't bet on seeing all that many Illinois government workers dumping their unions in the near term.
Now, an unashamed Supreme Court majority has the power to use the Constitution to make social policy. That's the reality of the Supreme Court in the modern age.
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