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Libertarian Candidate for Attorney General “Running a Positive Campaign”

Libertarian Candidate for Attorney General “Running a Positive Campaign”

There is a lot more to 34-year-old Ben Koyl of Downers Grove than you may think: an independent lawyer by day, a bass guitarist by night and a Libertarian candidate on the November ballot for Illinois attorney general. “Ben is an ethical man and is heavily involved,” said Mansoor Ansari, a 34-year-old Streeterville resident, Chicago […]

Few Cook County Colleges, Universities Following State’s Campus Security Act

This campus safety investigation won 3rd place in the Society of Professional Journalists’ Region 5 Mark of Excellence Awards. The conference is in Indianapolis April 13-14, 2012. Just a handful of the 63 higher education institutions in Cook County appear to be following a law that requires all Illinois colleges and universities to adopt safety […]

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New state law to help fight housing crisis remains unfunded

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New state law to help fight housing crisis remains unfunded

by Curtis Black, Community Media Workshop July 7, 2008 – A new anti-predatory lending program faces uncertain prospects as it takes effect this month – with a state appropriation for expanded mortgage counseling yet to be disbursed by the Illinois Housing Development Authority . The state’s new Anti-Predatory Lending Data Base program began last week; […]

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