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Residents fighting to stay in Centralia's Murray Developmental Center can remain where they are ... for now. An appellate court decision blocks...
Public schools are not allowed to forbid students' right to freedom of speech, unless it disrupts education. But that wasn't necessarily true...
Last year, Illinois approved medical use of marijuana after years of debating the issue. But could Illinois be closer to following the lead of some...
A group of Illinois lawmakers considered two different plans to expand gambling Wednesday. One tracks other recent proposals to add five casinos...
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