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Illinois Has Almost 300 New Laws for 2022
Nearly 300 new laws are set to take effect on January 1, 2022, covering a range of issues big and small that affect Illinoisans. See the link below: https://www.newsbreak.com/news/2470112772644/new-laws-2022-illinois-laws-that-take-effect-january-1?pd=09tQqMuQ&lang=en_US&s=i16
Should You Register Your Private Home Camera System with the Local Police Department ? Schiller Park Is Asking You To Do So. Is it a good idea ?
To register or not to register your home security surveillance system, that is the question. With home security and surveillance systems becoming more ubiquitous all the time, the Schiller Park police now want you to register your camera with the … Continue reading →
May 1—Get Back To Work Day !!!
Governor JB Pritzker issued Executive Order 2020-32 yesterday, purporting to continue his emergency powers and the suspension of Illinoisans’ rights for what has now been 53 days since he proclaimed the State of Illinois to be a distaster. Some noteworthy … Continue reading →
School Closures for Coronavirus Could Extend to the End of School Year, Some Say—-Leyden and Norwood Park School Districts Need to Consider The Inevitable and Begin the Community Conversation
For the second time this school year, starting first with the Chicago Teachers’ Union strike, Chicago families face an uncertain future as all schools close Tuesday — but this time it’s because of the coronavirus outbreak that has taken over … Continue reading →
Pritzker Plumbing Under Federal Investigation, Leaves New Tax Plans in Doubt
Since we live in the United States, all of us are supposed to be innocent until proven guilty. If Illinois has another governor go to prison, that will really increase our branding problem. Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker, his wife and … Continue reading →
Of toilets and contractors: Is Pritzker up to the job of renovating Illinois? – Chicago Tribune
Of toilets and contractors: Is Pritzker up to the job of renovating Illinois? – Chicago Tribune — Read on http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/opinion/editorials/ct-edit-pritzker-toilet-unions-mansion-20181015-story,amp.html
The Dangers of Febreze ??? Does the Extensive Usage of the Synthetic Air Freshner Pose a Significant Health Risk ?
If you use synthetic air fresheners in your car and/or living space and or associated with your clothes, you should know that you’re likely increasing risk of developing a variety of health problems. Headaches, earaches, depression, an irregular heart beat, … Continue reading →
The “Magic” in School District Education Settlement Agreements
As any lawyer or hearing officer will attest, it is almost always better to settle a case than to go to hearing. There are several reasons for this. First, it avoids the delay, expense, uncertainty, and emotional strain associated … Continue reading →
Norridge SD 80 Parents Are Watching The Progress of SB 2344
UPDATE as of May 9, 2018 at 5:30 PM: Please show your support of SB 2344 in the Illinois House committee by going to this link and filing as a proponent: http://my.ilga.gov/WitnessSlip/Create/108859?committeeHearingId=16071&LegislationId=108859&LegislationDocumentId=138183 When the House Amendment 1 is discharged … Continue reading →
Local Governments’ Alarming Capital Spending Ratios — Strong Towns
There are many ways for state and local governments to run hidden deficits, one of which is deferred maintenance. But it turns out there is a way to measure the extent to which local governments kick the maintenance can down … Continue reading →