- State News
Illinois launches health insurance marketplace
CHICAGO (AP) — More than 71,000 people visited Illinois' new health insurance marketplace by late Tuesday, the first opportunity to comparison shop for coverage through a system that's a key piece of President Barack Obama's signature health care law.Continued ...
Illinois readies for potential federal shutdown
CHICAGO (AP) — Thousands of workers at military installations and federal employees based in Illinois prepared Monday for a possible federal government shutdown and unpaid time off.Continued ...
Lawyer: Ex-Murray residents facing poor conditions
SPRINGFIELD (AP) — A lawyer fighting against the closure of a developmental center in southern Illinois says its former residents have been moved to unsafe homes.Continued ...
Judge: Ill. gov. must reinstate lawmakers' pay
CHICAGO (AP) — Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn's decision to halt legislators' pay over the state's unprecedented pension crisis is unconstitutional and the Chicago Democrat must move to reinstate salaries immediately, a judge ruled Thursday.Continued ...
6,500 Ill. veterans contribute to history project
SPRINGFIELD (AP) — State officials say thousands of Illinois veterans have contributed stories to a project that's working to preserve historical details about military members.Continued ...
Quinn releases some insurance rates for Illinois
CHICAGO (AP) — Gov. Pat Quinn's administration gave residents a partial glimpse Tuesday of what they might pay for coverage on Illinois' new health exchange, days before the online marketplace that will help form the backbone of President Barack Obama's health care law opens for business.Continued ...
- Rep. Davis formally kicks off re-election bid
- Jackson auction stopped after authenticity issues
- No charges against police over Daley nephew probe
- Quinn says he's still focused on his day job
- Daley's exit leaves clear path for Ill. governor
- Ill. governor dubs Saturday 'George Harrison Day'
- Pricey Capitol renovations had narrow oversight
- Freshman numbers up at many Illinois universities
- Meth lab seizures down in 2012
- Prosecutor: Uncle arrested in death of niece, 7
- Gov. claims 80K jobs from foreign firms since 2009
- Ill. delegation struggles with decision on Syria
- Critics question Ill. Capitol's new $670K doors
- Capitol renovation includes $669,608 for doorways
- Illinois launches health insurance marketplace