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New Illinois Law Allows Students With Disabilities to Finish Academic Year to Make Up for Lost Time After 22nd Birthday !!!


Students with special needs who turn 22 while in school will be able to finish the academic year under legislation signed into law Wednesday by Gov. J.B. Pritzker.Pritzker signed House Bills 40 and 2748 at the Southside Occupational Academy High … Continue reading

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Lightfoot + Foxx Belong in Jail for Public Endangerment ! What Does Chicago’s Future Look Like For Law Abiding Residents ?


This guy can’t last much longer. Lightfoot is getting blamed for the violence. All he does is hold press conferences. The police do not do “Stop & Frisk” anymore so everyone is carrying a gun. The police cannot chase a … Continue reading

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Do HIPAA Laws Prevent Private Businesses From Asking About Covid?


Well, once again, we can thank social media for stirring up a “fake news” hornets nest. This time, the tin-foil-hat brigade are up in arms about privately-owned businesses possibly asking customers for proof of vaccination. The CDC, recently, updated their … Continue reading

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Employer Liability For Mandatory Vaccination Requirement.


EMPLOYERS: If you choose to “force” your employees to get vaccinated (or lose their job), and your employee has an adverse reaction… YOU CAN BE SUED!!! The politicians never exempted you from liability The date your new “mandatory mask/vaccine policy” … Continue reading

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Construction underway for new I-490 western O’Hare corridor to I-90, Rt. 390, Tri-State Tollway—-Completion to be 2026


One of the biggest construction projects of 2021 on I-490 western access to O’Hare International Airport is firmly underway. The concrete ramps stop abruptly, but it will eventually take shape in the long awaited I-490 western O’Hare corridor that will … Continue reading

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Illinois Is Downgrading Usage of Heroin, Cocaine, Meth, and Fentanyl From a Felony to a Misdemeanor


The IL House voted to move the use of heroin, cocaine, meth, and fentanyl from a FELONY to a class A misdemeanor. After a year of releasing prisoners into our communities and passing laws to make the job of law … Continue reading

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Schiller Park Crystal Creek Is Not So “Crystal Clear”


At 25th and Rose Street by Schiller Park Fire Station 2 an unknown material was pouring into Crystal Creek this afternoon at about 3 pm further contributing to the Crystal Creek pollution issues. No one seemed concerned that this unknown … Continue reading

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Governor Pritzker Has Signed HB 3653, the “Criminal Justice Reform Bill”


Governor Pritzker has signed HB3653, the “Criminal Justice Reform Bill” . Nobody is surprised that he would sign this legislation, but there are multiple problems with this Bill. Here are some, but not all, of the lowlights to remember: Officers … Continue reading

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Statements You Can Use To Explain Concerns About HB 3653: Fact vs. Fiction


Just got this from the Illinois Chiefs of police association. Worth reading! Special Alert: Statements you can use to explain concerns about HB 3653: Fact vs. Fiction ILACP Executive Director put this statement together to help you understand and identify … Continue reading

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Eviction Moratorium in Illinois Continues Through January 9, 2021


As of December 11, 2020, Governor J.B. Pritzker’s administration extended a version of the statewide ban on residential evictions until January 9, 2021. This reprieve is welcomed by certain Illinois renters facing severe financial shortfalls due to the economic displacements … Continue reading

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