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"… the Gulf of Mexico. And a 2010 study by researchers from the University of Illinois and Cornell University found that the biggest contributors of excessive ni …"

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"… ,” Lambrinidou said of the Safe Drinking Water Act. Only six states – Illinois, Maryland, Minnesota, New Jersey, New York and Virginia – require school …"

"… will change any time soon. Two Democratic senators – Tammy Duckworth of Illinois and Cory Booker of New Jersey – reintroduced legislation in June that wo …"

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"… ton, Virginia; Peter Collins, information technologies manager for Geneva, Illinois. The lack of municipal representation doesn’t surprise one telecommunic …"

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"… the Democratic National Committee’s coffers with bonus cash — included Illinois venture capitalist J.B. Pritzker, media mogul Fred Eychaner and former Dre …"

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"… e, Licata sued Facebook in 2015 as part of a class action lawsuit filed in Illinois state court accusing the company of violating a one-of-a-kind Illinois law …"

"… in Illinois state court accusing the company of violating a one-of-a-kind Illinois law that prohibits collection of biometric data without permission. The su …"

"… ing feverishly to prevent other states from enacting a law like the one in Illinois. Since the suit was filed, Facebook has stepped up its state lobbying, ac …"

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"… ich generally hit the poor harder. Half a dozen other states — Maryland, Illinois and Virginia among them — tried to do the same in this year’s legislat …"

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"… News and Philly.com. …"

"… presenting himself as a commodities trader, according to a DuPage County, Illinois, press release. Pesce pleaded guilty to theft by deception but fled before …"

"… n 2014. He began serving his sentence in Taylorville in 2015, according to Illinois Department of Corrections records. Illinois Department of Corrections sp …"

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"… ly Democratic in the 2016 elections, including Massachusetts, Maryland and Illinois. The fundraising gulf over the DGA can be attributed in part to RGA suppor …"

"… ongtime donors gave big to the RGA amid the 2014 election bid of Illinois Gov. Bruce Rauner — including Rauner-backer Griffin — and could b …"

"… ent Redfield, emeritus professor of political science at the University of Illinois at Springfield. Redfield said some Illinois Democrats are aiming to recru …"

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"… rom the Gulen movement includes some influential figures. The man known as Illinois’ most powerful state politician, Democratic Speaker of the House Mike Ma …"

"… ifornia has about a dozen of the schools, as do Florida and Ohio. Arizona, Illinois and Missouri are among the states that have them, as well. The Center for …"

"… sis of data from Quorum, a legislative tracking service. For example, the Illinois House of Representatives passed a resolution in 2011 recognizing Gulen for …"

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"… ast three of the five newly minted Senate Democrats — Tammy Duckworth of Illinois, Maggie Hassan of New Hampshire and Chris Van Hollen of Maryland. All are …"

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"… r the overdose that killed her 21-year-old son, Terri Bartlett traveled to Illinois’ state capital to champion an unlikely cause: revamped painkillers. Bar …"

"… oyers who would be on the hook for the far pricier opioid variations. The Illinois bill — and the 48 strikingly similar measures in other states — would …"

"… resident of state government affairs for the insurance company Aetna, told Illinois lawmakers after Bartlett testified. “It totally eliminates our ability t …"

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"… f millions of dollars in higher medication expenses. A pending measure in Illinois, for example, would cost taxpayers $55 million annually to cover the highe …"

"… port this year. “We have an enormous prescription-drug abuse problem in Illinois that’s costing a lot of money,” said Jonathan Pearl, chief of staff fo …"

"… ting a lot of money,” said Jonathan Pearl, chief of staff for Democratic Illinois Rep. Kelly Cassidy, who signed on to the industry-backed legislation requi …"

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"… of IRS data. Party leaders and GOP mega-donors also pitched in. Republican Illinois Gov. Bruce Rauner, casino magnate Sheldon Adelson and shipping mogul Richa …"

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"… xcessive solicitation for a super PAC that was active in his home state of Illinois four years ago. The super PAC, known as the Campaign for Primary Accounta …"

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"… ts, its agency’s 2014 workforce cut by a third from 2008 levels. In Illinois and Arizona, staffing has fallen by more than a third since 2007. Over the …"

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"… cinated by them. He got a Ph.D. in computer science from the University of Illinois and joined a team at IBM that used statistical techniques to enable comput …"

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"… n a community near Dearing's for years before moving in 2012 to Champaign, Illinois. Air quality was not the reason — in fact, when she occasionally heard b …"

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"… fe’s uncle, according to a 2011 judgment in Cook County Circuit Court in Illinois. But a July 2013 Dun & Bradstreet report obtained by an Army contracti …"

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"… andberg, U.S. Rep. Brad Sherman of California, U.S. Rep. Jan Schakowsky of Illinois, U.S. Sen. Debbie Stabenow of Michigan, fashion designer Vera Wang and att …"

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"… ensing application attempt in Michigan, where NRC regional inspectors from Illinois also blocked the GAO’s scam. Unlike North Dakota, Texas was considered …"

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"… for attorneys licensed in multiple states. At the time, he was licensed in Illinois and New Jersey and could quickly gain active status in California and Penn …"

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"… ported spending more than $623,000 to support U.S. Rep. Tammy Duckworth of Illinois, a Democrat running for U.S. Senate against incumbent Sen. Mark Kirk, R-Il …"

"… rats. So far, Vote Vets has spent more than any other outside group on the Illinois Senate race, according to data available via the Center for Responsive Pol …"

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"… tes. The 15 state parties set to benefit are Alabama, Alaska, California, Illinois, Maine, Maryland, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota …"

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"… ip PAC's two largest donors have each given the group $1 million. They are Illinois businessman Richard Uihlein and the Herzog Contracting Corp., a Missouri-b …"

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"… o directly donated to Democratic U.S. Senate candidates Tammy Duckworth of Illinois and Donna Edwards of Maryland. $44,000: Cash super PAC Pursuing America …"

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"… ward Markey of Massachusetts, Brian Schatz of Hawaii and Richard Durbin of Illinois. …"

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"… e books. Only a few have enacted restrictions, ranging from three hours in Illinois to 20 in New Hampshire. A 2015 paper authored by two defense lawyers, “ …"

"… inely allow depositions in these cases to exceed 20 hours. Depositions in Illinois are formally capped at three hours, though informally questioning can go o …"

"… ff is  healthy enough to answer, said Perry Browder, president of the Illinois Trial Lawyers Association. Browder chalked up the uniquely “long and ar …"

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"… e a candidate. Meanwhile Trump cleaned up in the other primaries, winning Illinois and North Carolina. Trump appeared to barely inch out Sen. Ted C …"

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