The president of the state AFL-CIO issued an apology to a Democratic political consultant who was the target of heavy, personal criticism last week.
The Illinois AFL-CIO — which is backing J.B. Pritzker for governor — criticized Jubeh’s work as chief fundraiser for Pritzker rival Chris Kennedy.
Her role as chief fundraiser for Chris Kennedy’s campaign is putting Jubeh in direct conflict with longtime colleagues in the labor movement.
A former business partner of Gov. Bruce Rauner is suing Rauner, but all court records are being kept secret — allegedly at the governor’s request.
As a partner at the firm, the commissioner shared in profits from work that other Barnes & Thornburg lawyers did for Pepsi and Coca-Cola.
It’s not clear from the public records. Asked on the county form to state when exactly he works for Moody, O’Sullivan wrote, “Time varies each day.”
I found Kenny Austin on the job at the Streets and San faciliity on 103rd Street Wednesday. He didn’t want to discuss the new spot his mom got him.
Boykin told me he knew his firm had worked for Pepsi and Coca-Cola on court cases and lobbied at City Hall for Pepsi.
Despite the village board’s vote on May 23, a group called the Northbrook Working Families Coalition is continuing to show up at board meetings.
MIHALOPOULOS: J.B. Pritzker firms got $1.9 million in tax credits from the cash-strapped state government he’s vying to lead.
Aides to Cook County Sheriff Tom Dart and County Board President Toni Preckwinkle engaged in a heated, backstage war of words over new jail contract.
All it would take to end Cook County’s unpopular tax on sweetened beverages is for one county commissioner who backed the measure to change sides.
Although Rutherford long ago became a footnote in Illinois history, the cases stemming from his political demise are costing us dearly.
It’s just the latest example of money flying into Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s campaign coffers from people who are profiting from the ongoing overhaul of Mid
Under the Trump administration, if you’re a cosmopolitan, you’re un-American. But for many, it’s a “good thing” and means you travel a lot.