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"… around $87,000. In addition, Cullerton and Madigan are apparently fond of Chicago sports. Madigan’s campaign spent more than $513,000, and Cullerton’s p …"

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"… profiling by Customs officers and illegal strip searches and pat downs at Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport. The suit was settled in 2006 with a $1 …"

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"… ing belly as she recorded conversations with colleagues at a conference in Chicago. Her code name? Pampers. Her company, drugmaker Warner Chilcott, was usin …"

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"… I think it would be nice to offer them that experience,” Swartz said. Chicago Cubs game In March 2017, after the nomination of Alex Acosta for Secretar …"

"… ed having to make the Department of Labor’s head ethics official leave a Chicago Cubs spring training game early to sign off on a disclosure report.  …"

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"… nt for the Columbia Journalism Review and the investigations editor at The Chicago Reporter. A recipient of the Investigative Reporters and Editors Minority …"

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"… system for 11 years, most recently in government oversight for the city of Chicago. In February, the Chicago Tribune endorsed Fairley, for her qualifications …"

"… recently in government oversight for the city of Chicago. In February, the Chicago Tribune endorsed Fairley, for her qualifications and her promise to fight …"

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"… ming president Barack Obama received space via GSA in Washington, D.C. and Chicago.) After the 2016 election, the GSA waived $1.8 million worth of rent on t …"

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"… ential savings from merging the two sites under one contractor. NNSA hired Chicago-based Navigant Consulting to study the idea, and the firm projected saving …"

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"… The International Fellowship of Christians and Jews, a nonprofit based in Chicago that aims to build support for Israel, is also reconsidering its relations …"

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"… ted triumph after all the losses. The power plant and the citizens' group Chicago-based Invenergy is a major developer of renewables, particularly wind powe …"

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"… d having less than $1,500 cash on hand as of June 30.  In 2013, Chicago Alderman Anthony Beale, D, ran for Congress in hopes of replacing Jackson …"

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"… neurological issues. It often affects children more than adults. In East Chicago, Indiana, residents have filed an emergency action petition with the EPA, …"

"… f the lead pipes. State Sen. Lonnie Randolph, whose district includes East Chicago, said the state is working to determine the extent of the water contaminat …"

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"… the committee was created they came in and introduced themselves.” …"

"… t for a few countries. That’s what upset Licata, who works in finance in Chicago. In the lawsuit against Facebook, which names two other plaintiffs, Licata …"

"… icata declined an interview request through the law firm representing him, Chicago-based Edelson PC, which specializes in suing technology companies over pri …"

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"… correspond to that of a bank at all. Instead, it’s a Motel 6 in suburban Chicago. The FEC forms he submitted included a notice that PAC filings with “fa …"

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"… company behind the increase, if there’s a single employer involved. In Chicago, the Little Village Environmental Justice Organization has pressed a manuf …"

"… t is installing all sorts of sensors, some measuring air pollution, across Chicago. Does it make sense to pay for better air filters in thousands of schools …"

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"… I always tried to figure out some way to connect with him.” she told a Chicago audience that year. While she has endorsed creating a no-fly zone in Syria …"

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"… he Washington Post. In 2006, the Mongolian Finance Ministry hired a small Chicago-based consulting firm called Glocoms to strengthen its budget planning. Th …"

"… Washington. ‘Anybody Can Do It’ The Glocoms Group Inc. was formed in Chicago in March 2004 by Cameroonian-born Maurence Anguh. The firm’s website di …"

"… sted on its website is for a mailbox at a UPS Store beneath a street-level Chicago Starbucks. Anguh declined to comment about his work practices or debarmen …"

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"… on requests by the AP and the Center for Public Integrity from the city of Chicago, which accused six drugmakers of misleading the public about opioid risks …"

"… ll, the law firm suing multiple opioid drugmakers on behalf of the city of Chicago. In March, the final guidelines appeared. The first recommendation for U …"

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"… esources for managing elections vary widely from large urban counties like Chicago’s Cook County to small rural communities like Starr County, Texas. That …"

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"… osure to stay in their homes. Business boomed. In just over two years the Chicago firm signed up more than 5,200 clients who paid more than $18 million in a …"

"… described the high-pressure atmosphere on the sales floor in the firm’s Chicago offices as straight out of the Leonardo DiCaprio movie The Wolf of Wall St …"

"… inary reviews by state legal authorities. The Mortgage Law Group, based in Chicago’s iconic Willis Tower, boasted more than 120 “partner” attorneys in …"

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"… e of Occupational and Environmental Medicine’s annual conference in Chicago on April 12. Reporter Talia Buford fielded more interview requests t …"

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"… he filed termination paperwork Wednesday. Willie who, you say? Wilson is a Chicago businessman and gospel music show host who last year launched the longest …"

"… and staff expenses.” $50,000: Amount Laura Ricketts, a co-owner of the Chicago Cubs baseball team, donated in February to LPAC, a hybrid super PAC she he …"

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"… mployees. Another large group of Clinton contributors was associated with Chicago-based aerospace giant Boeing, whose employees collectively gave Clinton’ …"

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"… the small village of McCullom Lake, Illinois, about 60 miles northwest of Chicago, and loved it there. When they got married, they built a home right on the …"

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"… Snyder has apologized profusely, and the EPA’s regional administrator in Chicago has resigned. It’s fair to ask, however, whether something deeper is at …"

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"… conduct deep investigative reporting, nourish a vibrant arts community in Chicago, and produce documentary films on social issues that educate their audienc …"

"… ervice for young people.  She started her career as a city planner in Chicago, her home town. “Elspeth is one of the most experienced philanthropic l …"

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"… according to the manual. In January, the EPA will hold public meetings in Chicago; Houston; Oakland, Calif.; Washington, D.C.; and North Carolina’s Resear …"

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"… rom their own wallets, though. Rauner’s campaign attracted millions from Chicago hedge fund manager Ken Griffin and Richard Uihlein, the CEO of shipping ma …"

"… ials giant Uline. Turnaround Illinois immediately raked in $4 million from Chicago real estate developer Sam Zell. In 2015 alone, Let’s Get to Work receiv …"

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"… the Liberty Justice Center, a public-interest advocacy group based in Chicago. “All too often, no one is policing this sort of thing,” Huebert said …"

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"… the Center for Public Integrity and Global Integrity. “It’s not like Chicago or something,” said Dan Lucas, a researcher, policy advocate and chief e …"

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