First Lady Speaks at Chicago Women’s Health Research Event

The White House initiative highlights advancing research on menopause. First Lady Jill Biden spoke at the University of Illinois Chicago as part of the White House Initiative on…

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Census Reports on Population Shifts 

75,000 have moved away from California. The U.S. Census Bureau has issued its latest population estimates.  According to the bureau’s numbers, Florida gained more than 365,000 and Texas…

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Illinois Gun Ban Appealed to Supreme Court

The high court previously rejected a request for an injunction. The Supreme Court has received a request for an emergency injunction from a gun rights group against an…

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President Biden Meets with UAW President

Tentative labor agreements with the big three automakers are moving forward. President Joe Biden met with United Auto Workers President Shawn Fain on Thursday to show support for…

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Federal Jury Finds Realty Group Liable for Inflated Commissions

Plaintiffs claimed fixed commissions suppressed competition in home sales. This week a federal jury in Kansas City, Missouri, found that the National Association of Realtors (NAR) and other…

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Attorney General Opens Investigation into Stabbing of Child

A 6-year-old Muslim boy was killed in Chicago last weekend. Attorney General Merrick Garland opened a hate crime investigation into the murder of a 6-year-old Muslim boy on…

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Illinois Governor Writes President About Border Crisis

He calls federal government efforts “uncoordinated.” Illinois Governor J.B. Pritzker wrote to President Joe Biden this week to express concerns about the impact of the influx of South…

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Legislation Would Decouple U.S. Disaster Assistance from Aid to Ukraine 

Federal Disaster Responsibility Act proposed in the Senate to separate funding for states from additional support for Ukraine. Senators Rick Scott and Marco Rubio of Florida introduced the…

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Investigations Continue into Fentanyl on U.S. Naval Base

Multiple junior sailors have died due to the smuggled drug. Investigators are trying to discover how fentanyl is being smuggled onto Naval Station Great Lakes, the U.S. Navy’s…

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Most Populous States Submit Corrections to Census Bureau

Updates to 2020 census due to underreporting of college students, care facility residents, and more. The U.S. Census Bureau received updates to the 2020 census from California, Texas,…

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