Activists Angry With Slow Pace Of Licenses For Undocumented Immigrants Some immigrants’ rights groups are upset about how long it takes for undocumented immigrants to get driver’s licenses in Illinois, under a program that started one year ago. Feds Seek 15 Years For Former City Comptroller Federal prosecutors in Ohio argue Amer Ahmad—who skipped bail and fled to Pakistan in April after pleading guilty to a kickback scheme he ran while he was Ohio’s deputy state treasurer—deserves the hefty sentence for “a remarkable abuse of office.”
Officials Rethink Vote-Counting After AG Decree Group Promises To Give Voters “Just The Facts” On The Candidates Mayor Taps Former Preckwinkle Aide To Replace Treasurer Stephanie Neely Durbin, Oberweis Square Off In Only Televised Debate Top Alderman Mocks Inspector General For Suing Council; ‘He’s Just Full Of Molasses’ Federal Judge Orders Hiring Monitor For IDOT Lawmakers Seek Public Input On Plan To Revamp School Funding Former President Clinton Stumps For Quinn, Durbin
‘We’re Not In South Africa,’ Judge Says When Attorney Cites Pistorius Case And Asks For Leniency The attorney for a man who tried to have six people burned alive begged a federal judge for leniency Friday, saying South African athlete Oscar Pistorius got only five years in prison for killing his girlfriend. FBI Raids Restaurants In Chinatown Federal agents raided several locations in Chinatown on Friday, the FBI confirmed.
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