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Divided Decade

How auto industry towns are faring a decade after the bailout

by Mitchell Hartman Nov 13, 2018
We take a look at four cities whose fates are linked to Chrysler and GM.
 Workers build a Jeep Compass at the Fiat Chrysler assembly plant in Belvidere, Illinois, in 2012.
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Election Security

What if the weakest link in election security is ... confidence?

by Molly Wood Oct 25, 2018
We take a look at what states are doing to prepare for the midterm elections.
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Parking tickets are bankrupting Chicago residents

by Tracey Samuelson Mar 6, 2018
Why Chicago has more parking ticket debt than other major American cities, and who the system targets.
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Despite enacting a budget, Illinois has a financial struggle ahead

by Dan Weissmann Jul 31, 2017
In two years with no budget, Illinois racked up $10 billion in unpaid bills — and now spends $2 million a day on interest.
The historic Illinois State Capitol building. 
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What happens when a state has $15 billion worth of unpaid bills?

by Kai Ryssdal Jun 29, 2017
Decisions about who gets paid are 'life and death,' says the Illinois comptroller.
The former Illinois state capitol building in Springfield.
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Illinois already had the worst credit rating of any state, and it just got lower

by Annie Baxter Jun 1, 2017
Illinois’ credit rating is now just short of junk. That’s the news after a downgrade from S&P Global Ratings. The agency cited Illinois’ budget stalemate and its $14.5 billion in unpaid bills. It will take more revenue and more cuts…

The risky business of building Trump’s wall

by Jana Kasperkevic Mar 17, 2017
As companies come forward to build border walls, local lawmakers call for divestments in protest
A man stands on the U.S. side of the U.S.-Mexico border wall in Calexico, California.
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Coal country mourns job losses, town heroes

by Scott Tong Feb 23, 2017
In southern Illinois coal towns, reality overshadows hope for coal deregulation.
Mining taking place in Southern Illinois.
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Coal is a resource curse for southern Illinois economies

by Scott Tong Feb 22, 2017
Eight decades of boom and bust ends in bust and leaves land dry.
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Illinois cuts off funding for its public universities

by Nova Safo Mar 18, 2016
A budget fight has left both schools and students in the lurch.
Inside the Chicago State University student union, where banners for a recent gathering highlight some of the schools core values.
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