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Of 31 sites and 82 project teams worldwide, Chicago’s Garfield Green is among the first 15 winners of C40’s 2019 Reinventing Cities Competition.

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The Affordable Care Act Market stabilizes. Congress takes up the high cost of prescription drugs. Fewer immigrants are enrolling in Medicaid. 

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League Committees are keeping busy researching and advocating for issues.

Sarah Moskowitz, Outreach Director for the Citizens Utility Board, describes what’s in the Clean Energy Jobs Act (CEJA)
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Sarah Moskowitz describes what’s in the Clean Energy Jobs Act (CEJA) and how it fits in with overall Illinois energy policy.

Maureen Loughnane, Dave Kohn, Audra Wilson, Chris Picciolini and Annie Logue.
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Christian Picciolini, a former neo-Nazi skinhead, said he understands the attraction of the white nationalist movement. For several years, he was part of it.

Annie Logue
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This is a time for all of us to roll up our sleeves and get to work. Voting matters. Let’s make sure everyone in our networks knows that.

My Kind of Town
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Ever get tired of bad news about Chicago? This column highlights what you’ve always believed about the city: it’s a great place to live and work.

Special Report
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On April 1, 2020, a Census will be taken of all persons living in the United States. While some may think the Census is much ado about not much, both state and city officials are working to make sure every resident is counted because Census numbers affect money, power, and representation.

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According to the U.S. Census Report released September 10th, for the first time in a decade the number of Americans without health insurance has risen by about 2 million people. This comes on the heels of research showing that the Affordable Care Act has led to improvements in healthcare for many.

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Every wonder where tax increment financing goes?

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