Tuesday, Oct 31, 2006
* Meeks sends kids to ‘hell’ - Christian fright house depicts abortion, gays
* Amtrak’s expanded service begins
* Breast cancer program expands - State closes loophole so more uninsured women can get care
* Executive order requires recycling electronics gear
* Roeper: That’s not voter apathy: They just don’t like stench of negative ads
* AP: Gov. Rod Blagojevich’s troubled fundraiser, Antoin “Tony” Rezko, won’t be able to post his luxurious suburban mansion as bond after all as he scrambles to stay out of jail.
* Gov. Rod Blagojevich appeared at the school Monday to confirm that $6.8 million in state funding will be released for the National Great Rivers Research and Education Center, a project that features a partnership among LCCC and other state and federal agencies and educational bodies.
* Topinka touts budget plan at Stockholm Inn
* McCain, Roskam overlook differences
* Ailing John Stroger unable to cast vote - He’ll miss first election of his adult life
* Tribune editorial: Democratic officials who endorse Todd Stroger, or who appear at events with him, or who record telephone robo-messages on his behalf, ought to closely examine Stroger’s advertising. Because when they vouch for Stroger as a paragon of reform, his credibility rubs off on them.
* High college costs sacrificing students’ dreams, study finds
* State grants made here as election nears
* Durbin Hits Campaign Trail
* Many Republicans expect Denny to quit if they lose House — maybe even if they don’t.