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Same-sex marriage bill proceeds to the House for a vote.
State Treasurer Dan Rutherford says poor credit rating will cost taxpayers.
Governor proposes deep cuts to Medicaid program and medical providers.
Voter turnout in Illinois may be the lowest in decades.
Voters still have time to cast early ballots for March 20 election.
Poll: Should Illinois residents be able to carry concealed weapons?
Program will help communities and businesses develop food hubs.
Recorder Phyllis Walter aims to have all real estate records dating back to 1839 online in 2012.
Metra is holding eight hearings in the Chicago metropolitan area before taking a final vote on its budget, Nov. 11.
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