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Tribune reportersThe state of Illinois would have to allow ordinary citizens to carry weapons under a federal appeals court ruling issued today, but the judges also gave lawmakers 180 days to put their own version of the law in place. In a 2-1 decision that is a major...
Tribune reporterState Treasurer Dan Rutherford, long mentioned as a potential Republican candidate for governor, used the web and social media Sunday to urge supporters to sign up for a possible 2014 race for Illinois chief executive. Rutherford’s web site asks...
Tags: Polls, Republican Party, Politics, Illinois Governor, Elections
A day after suffering devastating election losses up and down the state, Illinois Republicans could point to one bright spot: Barack Obama's name won't ever be on the ballot again. In 2004 as a U.S. Senate candidate, in 2008 as a presidential contender...
Tribune reportersCandidates in a trio of competitive suburban congressional contests spent the day before the election making the traditional round of train stations, diners and local businesses in a final search for votes. In the nationally watched 8th District,...
Tags: Metra, Naperville, Robert Dold, Politics, U.S. Supreme Court
Another collection of dispatches from Somebody Nobody Asked™, America's pre-eminent unsolicited advice columnist. Dear Gov. Pat Quinn: Don't panic about your lousy standing in the Tribune poll published Friday. True, just 26 percent of Illinois...
Clout StreetTAMPA, Fla. — The combative and blunt-speaking John Sununu woke up Illinois’ GOP delegation on the final day of the Republican National Convention by tossing some major broadsides at President Barack Obama, even suggesting convicted influence-...
— The combative and blunt-speaking John Sununu woke up Illinois' GOP delegation on the final day of the Republican National Convention by tossing some major broadsides at President Barack Obama, even suggesting that convicted influence-peddler...
Tribune reporterGov. Pat Quinn on Friday signed a measure into law that revives good time credit for non-violent offenders who complete drug treatment, job training or rehabilitation programs while behind bars. The move comes more than two years after Quinn suspended...
Chicago Tribune reporterA ranking Republican senator on Thursday called for the state to suspend its plans to submit new bids for state employee health insurance plans and asked for an emergency hearing to study the findings of a state audit. Sen. Bill Brady, the Bloomington...
Chicago Tribune reporterDemocratic Gov. Pat Quinn finds his leadership under fire from Illinois voters unhappy with the state's economy, a new Tribune/WGN-TV poll shows. The survey found 54 percent disapprove of Quinn's job performance, compared with only 30 percent who...
Tags: Illinois Elections, Polls, Cook County, Concerts, Politics
Change of SubjectBruno Behrend Today, attorney Bruno Behrend, a policy director for Heartland Institute, a Chicago-based free-market think tank, joins me for another in my series of dialogue about the presidential race. To Bruno, from Eric I've never found myself...
Change of Subject"If you just cut, if all you’re thinking about doing is cutting spending, as you cut spending you’ll slow down the economy." Who said it? Mitt Romney Speaking of cuts, I couldn't help but notice this in this morning's story......
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