How Congress Quietly Overhauled Its Insider-Trading Law

The legislative process on Capitol Hill is often slow and grinding. There are committee hearings, filibuster threats and hours of floor debate. But sometimes, when Congress really wants to get something done, it can move blindingly fast. That’s what happened when Congress moved to undo large parts of a popular …

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Coronavirus In Chicago: As Cases Spike Statewide, 3 More Die From COVID-19

Plus: 422 cases confirmed in Illinois, relief for small businesses announced View this email in your browser Coronavirus In Chicago: Stay Home, Don’t Hoard Edition March 19, 2020 Good afternoon, Chicago. Here’s the latest on coronavirus. There are now more than 10,000 confirmed COVID-19 cases in the United States. As …

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The 9 Most Anticipated Restaurant Openings in Chicago, Spring 2020

Crushed By Giants Ever Jeff & Jude’s Kasama Lure Fishbar Mother’s Ruin Robert Et Fils Tales of Carlos Gaytán Urbanspace Loop   List compiled from: https://chicago.eater.com/2020/3/10/21168334/best-new-chicago-restaurants-openings-spring-2020

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Press conference and mariachi walk through business corridor going west bound

Concern over escalated crime, immigration raids and deportations that is plummeting businesses on the second magnificent mile; What: Press conference and mariachi walk through business corridor going west bound When: Sunday, March 8, 2020 Where: 2600 S Albany (Little Village arch) Chicago, IL 60623 Time: 11:00 a.m. Chicago, IL- Little …

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Richard’s Bar Victim’s Stab Wounds To The Back Don’t Suggest Mutual Combat, Judge Says

Kenny Paterimos and Thomas Tansey were witnessed fighting outside Richard’s Bar before the stabbing, prosecutors said. COOK COUNTY CRIMINAL COURTHOUSE — The Marine veteran charged with murdering a Pilsen barista fought with the victim inside and outside Richard’s Bar in River West before slashing him to death, prosecutors alleged in …

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Family and community angered over nurse’s memorial vandalized because of retaliation; want to rebuild memorial for slain nurse in Little Village

Family and community angered over nurse’s memorial vandalized because of retaliation; want to rebuild memorial for slain nurse in Little Village What: Press conference When Sunday, March 1, 2020 Where: 3200 S HamlinChicago, IL 60623 Time: 2:15 p.m. Chicago, IL-Frank Aguilar was a nurse that was murdered by multiple gun …

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Heating Repair in Chicago

Furnace Repair Illinois

It’s that time of year, the brutal winter months that all Chicagoan’s know too well. As the temperatures drop, staying warm becomes ever more critical. Looking at the unpleasant situation of having to fix a heater, boiler, or furnace during these months seems like a nightmare, however there is a …

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Chicago Broadcasting Network Showcases Lifestyle in the Windy City

Through videos and podcasts, ChicagoBroadcastingNetwork.com is striving to give a voice and added exposure to individuals and organizations who are not always in a position to get the attention they deserve, perhaps because they are emerging personalities or because their message is directed to a niche audience. The eclectic Chicago …

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Chicago’s witches: A craving for magic and meaning drives millennials to spells, potions and rituals

By NARA SCHOENBERG Standing hand in hand, they form a circle around a smooth black cauldron, their voices setting off a reverberating hum as they repeat, “Omm, omm, ommm.” Outside twilight is approaching. Inside the Malliway Bros. witchcraft shop in Rogers Park, candles burn and the smell of incense hangs …

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Violence in Chicago proves black lives don’t matter to liberal politicians

Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot

By Gianno Caldwel Last month, President Trump visited my hometown of Chicago to speak at the International Association of Chiefs of Police Conference. Sadly, the city’s top cop, Superintendent Eddie Johnson, skipped his event that day in protest. But he, and Chicago’s mayor, Lori Lightfoot, should have attended to hear …

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A Queen’s Boutique Announces Casting Call for Fashion Show in Rockford on Oct 13

ROCKFORD-On one side are thousands of frustrated women who would love to get into modeling. On the other side is a life of beauty, fashion, and accomplishment. In the middle is a woman on a mission. Ericka Y. Davis has dedicated her life to helping women of all shapes and sizes …

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Next Impactor Contestants lived  Don’t just let the future happen to you.

Next Impactor Contestants lived  Don’t just let the future happen to you. Season 2 is here! Be a part of a legacy created by two Chicago based visionairies, Loren Harris & Jeff Levin. Their shared vision behind The Next Impactor Competition which had its finale on. As a top 25 finalist in …

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How Your Private Illinois Tollway Data Is Shared With Cops And Divorce Lawyers

The trouble began when police officers showed up at Ellen’s house late one night. Her ex-boyfriend contacted police and requested a wellness check on their young daughter. But police didn’t find anything wrong with the girl, said Ellen. But then, she said, he became obsessive. He continued requesting wellness checks …

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