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08/04/11 Food stamp use nearly doubles in suburbs
By Mike Riopell - Hunger in the suburbs is on the rise and use of food stamps has nearly doubled in the region in the last five years, state data shows. Food stamp use has increased by 46% in Cook County, 133% in DuPage, 84% in Lake, 96% in Kane, 168% in McHenry and... FULL STORY
08/01/11 Lake County House contest heating up
By Mike Riopell - A battle for the Illinois House from central Lake County heated up Monday as both a Republican incumbent and Democratic challenger announced plans to run in 2012. FULL STORY
07/28/11 Deerfield's Morrison will make Senate bid
By Mike Riopell State Government Writer - A day after longtime Sen. Susan Garrett announced she wouldn't run for re-election, West Deerfield Township Supervisor Julie Morrison said she'd seek the 2012 Democratic nomination for Illinois Senate. FULL STORY
07/28/11 Offensive terms stripped from Illinois law books
By Mike Riopell - Illinois' law books will soon be washed of some terminology offensive to the disabled, a plan pushed by a Palatine-based attorney and signed into law by Gov. Pat Quinn. The new law removes from state statute books phrases like "mentally... FULL STORY
07/27/11 Arlington Heights Army officer sets e-book thriller in the burbs
By Mike Riopell - Roger Blakely is an Army officer in his late-40s, stationed in Arlington Heights, living with his cat and training soldiers in the final weeks before they ship out overseas. And he's written a thriller novel about an Arlington Heights Army... FULL STORY
07/21/11 Althoff wants another term in the Senate
By Mike Riopell State Government Writer - Sen. Pam Althoff, a McHenry Republican, will run for re-election in 2012, she said Thursday. FULL STORY
07/20/11 Illinois GOP challenges Democrats' political map
By Mike Riopell State Government Writer - Illinois Republicans led by the suburban leadership of the House and Senate challenged Democrats' new legislative political map in federal court Wednesday, saying new boundaries are unfair to minorities. FULL STORY
07/20/11 Lottery to determine how long Illinois Senate terms will be
By Mike Riopell State Government Writer - Suburban candidates are beginning to line up to run for a seat in the Illinois Senate. What they don't know yet is how long they'd serve if elected, since a lottery to determine the length of their terms hasn't been held. FULL STORY
07/18/11 Murphy will run for Senate again
By Mike Riopell - Joining the growing list of state lawmakers declaring their 2012 election intentions early in the campaign season, Sen. Matt Murphy said Monday that he plans to run for re-election to the Illinois Senate. FULL STORY
07/18/11 Duffy will run for re-election
By Mike Riopell State Government Writer - Sen. Dan Duffy, a Lake Barrington Republican, said Monday he'll run for a second term in the Illinois Senate in 2012. FULL STORY
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