Illinois lawmakers have introduced legislation that would allow ComEd to charge customers about $2 more per month to cover the costs of its nuclear power plants, drawing criticism from a utility watchdog group that says ComEd’s parent company already makes plenty of profit.
Rahm Emanuel has been able to build a career as an investment banker, congressman, top White House aide, and mayor of Chicago after majoring in dance in college, and getting a master’s degree in speech and theater; but he said such a success story would not be possible today without some education in technology.
A group of African-American business leaders is standing solidly behind Chicago Public Schools officials plan to close and consolidate some schools, reports WBBM Political Editor Craig Dellimore.
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About 200 people gathered at Federal Plaza on Tuesday to send a message on this Tax Day 2012.
The parent company of ComEd handed out some big pay raises for last year, after changing the way it rates executive performance.
Exelon was working to restore operations at a nuclear reactor unit near Rockford, after the reactor went down Monday morning.
Low levels of radiation from Japan have been detected in the Chicago area, in Will and DuPage counties.
The Illinois governor expresses concern that his state’s nuclear power plants may need a greater degree of oversight, given the impact of a natural disaster on Japanese reactors.