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SPRINGFIELD | Patrons at Illinois wineries will be able to drive away with a recorked, partially consumed bottle of wine under a proposal that was unanimously approved in the Illinois House on Friday.
SPRINGFIELD | A proposal to ban smoking on all state-supported universities and community colleges received just enough votes Wednesday to advance out of the Illinois Senate.
SPRINGFIELD | Illinoisans who go to a pet store and buy a dog or cat that turns out to be seriously ill would have additional legal remedies under a proposal approved Wednesday in the Illinois Senate.
SPRINGFIELD | The Illinois House rejected a proposal Friday that would have blocked local governments from raising property taxes in years when property values go down.
Illinoisans who buy a dog or cat that turns out to be seriously ill would have a new legal remedy under a proposal being considered by state legislators.
SPRINGFIELD | Illinois doctors are a signature away from paying higher licensing fees after the House approved a Senate measure Thursday.
SPRINGFIELD | Illinois should stop automatically treating 17-year-olds charged with felonies as adults, a state juvenile justice advisory group recommended Tuesday.
SPRINGFIELD | Corporate tax cuts, workers' compensation reform and eased regulations are needed to grow jobs in Illinois, Republican House and business leaders said Monday.
SPRINGFIELD | A proposal to ban the use of hand-held cellphones while driving a car was endorsed in a House committee Wednesday.
SPRINGFIELD | Delays in being able to get a medical license might discourage new doctors from seeking residency training in Illinois hospitals, warn representatives of various medical groups.
SPRINGFIELD | Drop. Cover. Hold on!
SPRINGFIELD | The half-million Illinoisans who participate in Thursday's earthquake drill will be celebrating an anniversary.
SPRINGFIELD | Investments in broadband technology created more than 13,000 jobs in Illinois in 2010 and 2011, according to a study funded by AT&T.
SPRINGFIELD – Investments in broadband technology created more than 13,000 jobs in Illinois in 2010 and 2011, according to a study funded by AT&T.
SPRINGFIELD | A Republican lawmaker filed legislation this week aimed at discouraging the use of "lame duck sessions" that quickly pass controversial measures by relying on votes from outgoing legislators.
SPRINGFIELD | Some holiday shoppers at Illinois malls may have returned to their cars to find a "gift" from the state – a pricey ticket for cars illegally parked in a space designated for those with disabilities.
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