Wednesday, Mar 29, 2006
Â· Sen. Hendon apologizes to Sen. Axley.
Â· Lane Evans retirement story.
Â· Protesters march outside Topinka campaign headquarters
Â· HIV test bill goes to guv
Â· Lawmakers target careless smoking.
Â· Debate over tax cap may stall extension vote
Â· Marin: Clout seems to suit Victor Reyes just fine
Â· Richards: Meeks’ run for gov would fire up campaign
Â· Hunter: Time for Blago to step up on abortion threat
Â· Bill would take drivers’ licenses from teens that skip school
Â· Group wants to block LDC reopening
Â· Geese in Illinois are sitting ducks. No more quotas.
Â· “A lot of homeowners in Chicago are going to get an unpleasant surprise from Cook County Assessor James Houlihan in a few weeks.”
Â· “Legislation that would grant Fairmount Park a tax break worth almost $1.4 million a year has passed both houses of the Illinois legislature and awaits the signature of Gov. Rod Blagojevich.”
Â· Rockford Park District pushes for stalled grant money
Â· Convention bureau puts gag on staff
Â· Ryan jury told to start over