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In court hearing, Latino rights group says new maps still unfair In court hearing, Latino rights group says new maps still unfair

In court hearing, Latino rights group says new maps still unfair

Lawyers for a Latino advocacy group told a panel of federal judges Wednesday that the new legislative district maps passed by the Illinois General Assembly the night before still dilute the vote of Hispanic citizens in the state, and they intend to proceed with a lawsuit in hopes of having them overturned.

Energy bill negotiations head to House after talks once again derailed Energy bill negotiations head to House after talks once again derailed

Energy bill negotiations head to House after talks once again derailed

The Illinois Senate approved an energy bill in the early hours of Wednesday morning but negotiations will continue in the House, which has not set a date as to when it will return.

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