An advocate for transit access for people with disabilities welcomed the plan, but said she hoped the timeline could be accelerated.
If it comes to pass, Chicago would be the biggest city to try out a Universal Basic Income of at least $500 a month for 1,000 families.
Together, Rauner and Pritzker spent nearly $300,000 a day from March 21 to the end of June, still on pace for the record books.
Illinois election officials believe their agency “very likely” was the target of a hack of voter data referred to in an indictment Friday.
“I kill mother—-ers,” Officer James Hunt appears to say at the beginning of the video, which was recorded on the Fourth of July.
The little-known religious group is now in the spotlight because of its ties to the Chicago-based judge, who might be named to the Supreme Court.
Evanston officials have voted to begin talks with a residents’ group that says it can demolish the Harley Clarke mansion at no cost to the city.
Chicago police Supt. Eddie Johnson said the influx in manpower will afford departmental leadership more flexibility in their deployments.
Claiborne has also advocated for disabled people more broadly, speaking before Congress and the United Nations.
Public sector unions that represent government workers throughout Chicago and Illinois reacted swiftly to the anti-labor ruling in the Janus case.
Mayor’s office plans up to $60,000 for home-buyers in six South and West side neighborhoods.
It’s been as rainy in Chicago since May 1 as it’s ever been in the same period, dating to 1871, according to the National Weather Service.