Federal Appeals Court Upholds Indiana's Limits On Mail-In VotingA three-judge panel of the 7th Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals this week upheld a lower court ruling that the state's restrictions on allowing mail-in voting are constitutional.
Religious Leaders Urge Voters To Back Graduated Income Tax Plan; Conservative Group Sues Over Ballot LanguageDozens of clergy members said the current flat tax places an unfair burden on the working poor and middle class, and they believe millionaires and billionaires should pay a greater share of taxes.
Suburban Parents Sue IHSA To Let Student Athletes PlayThe plaintiffs are asking the court to find the changes invalid and in turn, void them, which would force the return of football and other sports.
Lawsuit Coming In Hopes Of Getting Illinois Student Athletes Back On Field; Some Parents Hope It May Pave Way For Reopening Of SchoolsA lawsuit is soon expected to be filed by some parents in hopes of putting Illinois student athletes back in play.
Student Athletes Could Miss Scholarship Opportunities Due To COVID-19As thousands of high school athletes in Illinois sit out this season there is also a monetary cost of three major fall sports -- football, boys soccer and girls volleyball -- being sidelined. 
High School Students, Parents Plan Lawsuit Against IHSA To Force Return To Fall SportsStudent athlete advocates say Illinois Is only one of a handful of states not allowing the full range of fall sports.
Facebook Sued By Kenosha Protesters For 'Enabling, Empowering Of Militias'"Facebook's inaction led to the death of two protesters, in addition to the harm suffered by plaintiffs."
Glenview Man Sues Illinois Department of Employment Security, Says He’s Owed Thousands In Benefits After System ‘Glitch’John R. White filed the small claims complaint in Cook County Circuit Court Tuesday. He accused IDES of withholding benefits after a system “glitch” when he applied for unemployment online in May. 
Federal Judge Blocks Indiana's Limits On Voting Time ExtensionsA federal judge blocked a law unique to Indiana that prevents voters from asking courts to extend voting hours beyond the state's 6 p.m. closing time because of Election Day troubles.
Illinois Files Lawsuit Against E-Cigarette Maker Juice ManThe Juice Man lawsuit claims the company used child-friendly flavors like cotton candy and used social media platforms with cartoons and giveaway competitions to entice young people.
Black Former Franchise Owners File Discrimination Lawsuit Against McDonald'sAccording to the lawsuit, McDonald’s steered Black franchisees to stores in inner-city neighborhoods with lower sales volumes and higher security and insurance costs.