Officials gave notice Friday that construction will begin in 30 days to repair two Lake Shore Drive viaducts occupied by homeless tent encampments.
The House is scheduled to meet Wednesday, but no action is expected on the veto other than a mostly symbolic gesture by Democrats.
At the very least, it’s a nuanced question that requires some understanding of the legal definition of terrorism in the U.S.
Notwithstanding her completely inappropriate and offensive slur, Coulter was on point in calling out Rauner for his evasive answers.
The projects include installing bike lanes on the sidewalks where homeless people now pitch tents, effectively preventing anyone from returning there.
Ramirez-Rosa said the mayor’s office decided the time still wasn’t right, advising immigration advocates: “We don’t want to poke the bear.”
Nearly a year and a half later, Graves is among at least five of the deposed committeemen still pursuing court cases in hopes of being reinstated.