The bill had been viewed by advocates as a potential step forward for consumer privacy, and by opponents as an obstacle to business innovation.
Proceeds will be used to pay down the state’s bill backlog and allow the state to lower its 12-percent interest rate, which costs $2 million per day.
The Kenwood-Oakland Community Organization wants a community benefits agreement with the Obama Presidential Center drafted as a city ordinance.
The doorbell will draw upon Google’s facial recognition technology so it can warn a home’s occupants when a stranger approaches.
The deadline for the city’s “request-for-nominations” is Sept. 27 and must be submitted only by the “property owner or an entity with site control.”
No changes to the building or zoning code is required to build tiny homes, assuming the designs “comply with minimum standards” a city official said.
The companies said Tuesday that they have Federal Trade Commission clearance for a slimmer version of a store-purchase agreement announced in June.
The move comes as retailers head into the busiest shopping time of year. The company said it was “well-stocked as we prepare for the holiday season.”
“This step really represents a paradigm shift in the way that we are thinking about how we invest our assets in our community,” Kurt Summers said.
Rauner on Monday told reporters that it’s “essential” for the state and city to work together to land the massive $5 billion project.
Family and friends gathered at the Monument of Faith Church to say goodbye to Simeon Wright, who witnessed Till’s 1955 abduction in Mississippi.
Demonstrators marched through an upscale shopping mall Saturday, a day after an ex-officer was found not guilty in the fatal shooting of a black man.
Munger said Gov. Bruce Rauner appointed her “point person” for the state’s efforts to deliver the Amazon headquarters a few days ago.
Figuring out who’s the Nazi leader is premise of unlikely hit board game Secret Hitler created by team including Cards Against Humanity’s Max Temkin.
Dealers have started negotiating with the union independently, and mechanics were back to work at half of the affected dealers, a union rep said.