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Lawmakers miss first payday

SPRINGFIELD -- Governor Quinn didn't sign lawmakers' paychecks Thursday. It's the first payday they missed after the governor eliminated

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Comptroller reviews Quinn's withholding

is now conducting a legal review, and it should complete before the August 1 payday. Quinn says he's not changing legislators' salaries, just withholding

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Gov. Quinn pay freeze ruled legal

for Governor Quinn to strip lawmakers of their pay, but after looking into it, she says it's okay. WCIA 3's Steve Staeger has the report from the Capitol

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Unions gearing up for legal fight

SPRINGFIELD -- Now that Governor Pat Quinn has signed a pension reform bill into law, a coalition of labor unions and other organizations

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Payday Loan Reform Plan Heads To Governor's Desk

for Governor Quinn?s signature.   It?s a plan to close loopholes that allow payday lenders to take advantage of customers.   State Representative

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Quinn to Witness Civil Unions

(SPRINGFIELD) --Governor Pat Quinn will be on hand to witness 30 same sex couples enter into a civil union. The event will take place on June 2nd

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Governor Quinn responds to lawsuit

important than pension reform." This challenge is part of Quinn's legal strategy. Many feel the courts will rule in favor of lawmakers, but Quinn

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Quinn Gives Homeowners Extra Time

Illinois Governor Pat Quinn inked an amendment to the States Foreclosure Law that will give families more time to save their homes. The bill gives

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Is Threat Of Cuts Political Move For Quinn?

. A few hours after that decision, Quinn announced the cuts. The union vows to take legal action again if the threatened cuts happen. All closure

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IDOT political hiring allegations

for a job or promotion could have a legal claim for damages. The BGA says these allegations began to surface in 2003 under former Governor Rod Blagojevich

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