Illinois GOP Seeks To Close Appointment LoopholeSenate Republicans crying foul after Gov. Pat Quinn used a rare procedural maneuver to try to aid the confirmation of two appointees announced several efforts Thursday to close what they described as a constitutional loophole.
Nurse In Limbo As She Waits Weeks For License From StateThe only thing standing between a Wisconsin woman and a new nursing job is the State of Illinois.
State Contracts Agency For The Blind To Staff Call CenterThe state has contracted with a new partner to answer calls for professionals seeking licenses from the state, reports WBBM's Nancy Harty.
State To Begin Licensing Cemeteries, Workers Next MonthThree years after the reuse of burial plots in historic Burr Oak Cemetery became a national scandal, state licensing of cemeteries and cemetery employees is about to begin.
How To Avoid Monthly Fees For Paying With Debit CardWith Bank of America announcing it plans to charge customers $5 a month for using their debit cards, consumers of other banks wonder if it’s only a matter of time before they’re going to face charges too. But there are alternatives.
State Bans Debt Resolution Firm From Doing BusinessThe State of Illinois has ordered a debt settlement company in Chicago to stop doing business.
State Warns Of Spa DangersState officials are reminding the public to be extra careful at spas, after a growing number of reports of infections or injuries.