Hands-Free Cell Phone Use Law Among New Laws Taking Effect In Indiana WednesdayNew laws are taking effect in Indiana on Wednesday.
4 Employee Laws Small Business Owners Should Keep In MindEntrepreneurs need to be aware of the constantly changing and often modified employee laws when running their business.
Doctors Warn Against Teen Pot Use Amid Looser Marijuana LawsAn influential doctors group is beefing up warnings about marijuana's potential harms for teens amid increasingly lax laws and attitudes on pot use.
3 Laws In Illinois That Are Helping Small Business OwnersChicago has many laws and incentives in place to help your small business succeed.
Nearly 200 News Laws Become Effective In January 2017With the momentum of a train barreling down the tracks, nearly 200, new laws roll into Illinois for 2017.
Opinion: The Drivers I've Angered While Riding My Bike On Chicago's StreetsWhen I find myself getting angry at other people while biking, driving or walking, I tell myself to chill out. Maybe you should do the same?
Naperville's New Liquor Laws Include Restrictions On Beer Sizes, Shot Sales And Late-Night EntryYou can still order one shot, one bourbon and one beer at Naperville bars, but you might need to get your order in a little earlier, thanks to new regulations.
City: 44 Percent Of Immigration Service Providers Committing FraudAdolfo Hernandez, director of the Mayor’s Office of New Americans, said some notarios were found to be charging exorbitant prices, providing unauthorized legal advice, and promising impossible results – such as telling clients they can be put at the top of a list to gain citizenship.
Horrible Horoscopes: GeminiPersonally, I’m as liberal as the next guy. I say let it all hang out. Unfortunately, astrology isn’t based off my opinion. It’s based off the complicated positions of the stars and planets.
Court Battle Brews Over Tinted Car Window LawsA warning to residents, commuters, visitors, and even those just passing through Chicago: A popular decoration for your car could net you a $250 fine.
Group Ranks Illinois No. 1 For Laws Against Animal CrueltyFor the fourth year straight, a California-based advocacy group says Illinois is “the very best of the best” state in the country for the strength of its laws against animal cruelty.