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Tuesday’s voting could decide presidential races

By David Lightman, Lesley Clark and Tim Funk, McClatchy Washington Bureau

March 12, 2016

Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton seek inevitability. Ted Cruz and Bernie Sanders want momentum. And Marco Rubio and John Kasich just want to survive.Tuesday's primaries in five states will reshape, and could effectively end, th...

Budget impasse forcing some students to question future

By Suzanne Baker, Naperville Sun, Ill.

March 6, 2016

Benedictine University junior Samantha Triani is just two semesters away from completing her business degree in management and organizational behavior.How she's going to pay for her final year, however, is uncertain because Illinoi...

Dems advance latest higher ed bill, take another stab at union measure

By Monique Garcia and Celeste Bott, Chicago Tribune

March 4, 2016

Democrats once again sought to bolster their election-year campaign attack fodder against Republicans on Thursday, voting for the latest plan to fund higher education and another union-backed measure to prevent a worker lockou...

Editorial: Why Illinois Democrats should want to streamline ‘The Government State’

By Chicago Tribune

February 24, 2016

Make your own guess as to how Illinois politicians will resolve their ongoing budget gridlock. Given that legislative Democrats yearn to raise our taxes, and that Republican Gov. Bruce Rauner is willing to make new revenues pa...

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