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Here's a look at this week's newsmakers.
The Supreme Court of the United States ruled five-to-four upholding a key provision of Barack Obama's overhaul of health care. Share your views on the decision in our poll.
A new study says corruption is not just a Chicago problem and calls for the policing of suburban politics.
Municipal electric aggregation is the method by which municipal governments can enter into electricity purchasing agreements on behalf of consumers within their jurisdiction.
During times of drought, trees must be given top priority over your lawn.
Referendum is advisory; DuPage Chairman Dan Cronin says County Board duties require "undivided focus."
Cronin will bring the issue to the board for approval on Tuesday.
Interested residents can sign up for Tuesday's session at National-Louis University's Lisle campus.
It's always good to be caught up on state politics. Here's an easy guide to what happened this week.
Here's a look a this week's newsmakers.
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