U.S. District Court Judge Matthew Kennelly ordered Michael Kuba and Joseph Nasella held in contempt for not responding to subpoenas.
More state troopers have been injured this year than in each of the previous three years. And there’s no clear reason, officials said.
A $230,000 Illinois Lottery campaign — launching Monday — will feature social media posts, in-store messaging and paid advertising.
The Illinois Legislature’s Jewish caucus has called on state police to investigate an anti-abortion group after its controversial comparison.
The article was titled “Democrat Politicians and Nazis: Is There a Difference?” A side-by-side graphic listed supposed connections.
Pritzker’s strongest numbers were in Chicago, where 50 percent approved; Trump’s approval/disapproval was a net negative everywhere but downstate.
While the new rate will be factored into paychecks on April 1, employees will receive back pay by late fall.
The poll of 800 registered voters — conducted March 8-12 — finds only 14 percent of voters say they’ve heard “a lot” about Pritzker’s tax proposal.
But on Friday, surrounded by dozens of veterans and construction workers, Pritzker vowed an end to the struggle.
“That Sposato guy is the one who payed legal fees for the cop that killed Bettie Jones. Right?” Chance tweeted on Wednesday.
The number of aldermanic runoffs has only exceeded 14 three other times in the past 72 years: 18 in both 2015 and 1991 and 19 in 1947.
Under the governor’s plan, those making more than $250,000 would see a jump to 7.75 percent, for single and joint filers.
Asked why the speaker hadn’t been notified of the allegations, spokesman Steve Brown said officials believed “they handled it appropriately.”
South Side Ald. Roderick Sawyer (6th) on Tuesday inched closer to being forced into a runoff. His razor thin majority now rests on just three votes.
The poll was commissioned by the dark money group Ideas Illinois, which is led by former Illinois Manufacturers’ Association head Greg Baise.