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Bipartisan bill has backing of John McCain, Dick Durbin; proposal could signal compromise on immigration policies.
From social media privacy in the workplace to a ban on shark fins (no, really) and stricter rules for firearms card applicants, more than 150 new laws will take effect in Illinois on New Year’s Day.
Naperville scientist Foster wins 11th District seat in bid to return to Congress.
A week before the election, poll shows less than a point difference between the 11th Congressional District rivals.
Foster campaign claims four out of five Chicago TV stations initially refused to air attack ad by National Republican Congressional Committee.
Government, Schools, The Neighborhood Files
Educators say they want the chance to have their say before any big changes are made.
Where and when you can cast your ballots ahead of time. The Illinois primary is March 20.
Woodridge Patch will begin polling its readers on a weekly basis to gauge their interest in the election, its candidates and what issues are most important to them.
Government, Police & Fire
If light fails to turn green in a “reasonable period of time,” riders are now permitted to proceed through intersection.
Private water supplier launches telephone campaign, website.
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