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Tuesday, July 17, 2018
Bill reopens federal credit agency that had been closed since July.
In a letter, Durbin asked the agency not penalize same-sex benefits recipients for overpayments erroreously made by the SSA.
The drug can reverse a drug overdose, particularly of heroin or painkillers.
The city is interested in a Taylor Power Systems Model TD80.
HUD has given the state a total of $67 million.
EAST ST. LOUIS – On Tuesday, Budget Director Egzabia Bennett recommended that East St. Louis City file for bankruptcy – his third recommendation for bankruptcy in the past two years.
The City of Urbana has released its second edition of "Under the Canopy: Creating Personal Greenspace," a guide for selecting, planting, and caring for trees.
The Village of Pontoon Beach will hold their regular meeting at 7 p.m.
Sen. Dick Durbin (D-IL) hosted a gathering of federal officials and former Everest College students.
The fill would fund veterans' care at record levels, and increase protections for VA whistleblowers.
Illinois governor and labor leaders agree to common-sense labor reform package.
The bill would promote research on and care of congenital heart defects.
U.S. Rep. Randy Hultgren (R-IL) made the announcement last week.
Parents and students have several opportunities to tour schools, meet staff.
If passed, the bill would raise VA funding to record levels.
Bill would fund roads, bridges, and transit projects across the country.
Kirk served 23 years in the Navy Reserves.
The Illinois Supreme Court recently announced the results of a court user survey that measured public perceptions and experiences with trial courts across the state.
Congressman says project would have created thousands of jobs and lowered emissions.
Vouchers will provide rental assistance to vets for housing of their choice.