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Change of SubjectThe "Weeks in Review" feature is now an open thread in which commenters can talk about any current events or cultural phenomena that have caught their attention, including but not limited to the topics brought up in our traditional roundup......
What do political dads really want on Father's Day? I'm not a political dad. So all I'd like is a pair of leopard-print spandex bike shorts and a Big Wheel Sidewalk Screamer, that I may go on bike rides with the mayor of Chicago. But what do political...
Change of SubjectSo Bill Daley is running for governor. (Technically he's merely annouced that he's forming an exploratory committee to see if he should run for governor, but it's hard to remember the last time an "exploratory committee" ever came back to......
Gov. Pat Quinn breathed new life into a bad idea this week when he suggested the way to pension reform could be to marry competing bills in the House and Senate. He sold this as a bid for compromise. It is not. It is a gimmick. Such a hybrid bill...
Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan on Tuesday did little to ease months of speculation about whether she'll challenge Gov. Pat Quinn next year, saying she has yet to make up her mind and declining to say when that will happen. Madigan's comments...
Tags: White House, Lisa Madigan, Executive Branch, Primaries, Lawyers
Change of SubjectNo rest for the wonky. Gov. Pat Quinn has called for a special session of the legislature to fix the pension mess -- because, gosh darn it, they haven't yet had time to fix it! -- recalling the numerous futile......
State lawmakers had barely peeled out of Springfield following a session where key issues stalled when a slew of politicians who want to be Illinois governor saw the green flag waving to launch the 2014 race. A pair of Republicans, Treasurer Dan...
"I think most people would agree that what Illinois needs right now are leaders who actually govern, who set a clear course to take on our biggest challenges while bringing enough people around to their view to get things done." —Potential...
Just minutes after his announcement Wednesday that he's running for governor in the Illinois Republican Party primary, gazillionaire businessman Bruce Rauner declared something. He declared war. War with the public union bosses, war with Boss Madigan,...
Tags: White House, Radio, Executive Branch, AFSCME, Entertainment
The first repercussion of state lawmakers' failure to pass pension reform was felt Monday when a major ratings agency downgraded Illinois' credit rating, saying the government worker retirement system's debt is "unsustainable." The political fallout was...
— Democratic Gov. Pat Quinn is summoning lawmakers back to the Capitol for a special session June 19 to try to break a stalemate over the state's massive public employee pension debt that triggered two downgrades from major credit rating agencies...
Tribune reporterState Treasurer Dan Rutherford kicked off a campaign for the 2014 Republican governor nomination Sunday, touting himself as the only statewide officeholder among the GOP field. "It's hard to win statewide as a Republican, but I can tell you what, I'm...
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