Budget Impasse Puts Secretary of State’s Handicap Placards Sting On HoldIt's become the latest victim of the budget stalemate. The Illinois secretary of state's office says it will not be conducting its annual holiday handicapped placard sting because the money isn't there.
Defective Illinois License Plates Still On The Road A Decade After Problem DiscoveredThe Illinois Secretary of State's office identified the manufacturer's problem with the reflective coating in January of 2004.
Secretary Of State Jesse White Won't Run For Sixth TermHe’s said it before, but Illinois Secretary of State Jesse White said he means it this time: he won’t be running for another term.
Jesse White: Emanuel "Has To Rethink" Red Light Camera Program Ahead Of RunoffWhite co-chairs the mayor’s re-election campaign, and he said he’s prepared to take Emanuel to black churches and community meetings so he can regain African-American votes he’s lost in his first term.
Illinois Driver's Licenses And ID Cards Might Not Be Good Enough To Fly Next YearIllinois has been dragging its feet on federal security rules for state-issued driver’s licenses and ID cards. The 2005 REAL ID Act requires state officials to verify birth certificates through the Electronic Verification of Vital Events system in order to meet federal security and anti-terrorism guidelines.
For 50th Year, Jesse White Gives Out Turkey, Ham To Needy For ChristmasIllinois Secretary of State Jesse White was spreading some good cheer to thousands of senior citizens and other needy people around the city on Friday.
State To Crack Down On Illegal Use Of Handicapped Placards On Black FridayShopping mall parking spaces migt be at a premium on Black Friday, but you should not be tempted to wrongly pull your car into one marked for handicapped drivers.
Illinois Driver's License Facilities Reopen After Daylong Computer GlitchBusiness was back to normal at Illinois driver’s license facilities on Thursday, a day after a computer glitch shut down offices statewide.
DMV Computers Back Online After Day-Long OutageIf you were planning to get a driver's license, license plate sticker, or state ID card on Wednesday, you're out of luck for now.
State Officials Warn About Risk Of Identity Theft From Buying Fake IDsAs consumers scramble to protect their credit and debit card information in the wake of a stream of data breaches at major retailers, one group is voluntarily giving out their personal information.
Legislative Panel OKs Rules For Medical MarijuanaA law enacted last year authorized a four-year pilot project that will expire in 2017. So far, not a single marijuana seed has been planted. But now that rules have been approved, the state agencies running the program can start posting applications for a limited number of grower and retailer permits.
Lawmakers Weigh Measure Giving Four-Time DUI Convicts Another ChanceTwo of Illinois’ strongest allies in fighting drunken driving were somewhat in disagreement a proposal to give drivers with four drunk driving convictions a chance go get their license back.