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Illinois AG sues company for coal ash pollution Illinois AG sues company for coal ash pollution

Illinois AG sues company for coal ash pollution

The Illinois attorney general on Tuesday sued a Delaware company that owns the now-closed Vermilion Power Station over claims of illegal pollution at the former coal plant, resulting from the storage of coal ash at the site.

Faith-based child welfare controversy may be reignited in Illinois Faith-based child welfare controversy may be reignited in Illinois

Faith-based child welfare controversy may be reignited in Illinois

A recent U.S. Supreme Court decision could reignite a 10-year-old controversy in Illinois over whether faith-based charities can be prohibited from contracting with the state for foster care and adoption services on the grounds that they refuse to work with unmarried or same-sex couples.

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Gov. JB Pritzker signed a bill designating Juneteenth as an official state holiday. Peter Hancock and Jerry Nowicki take a look at the importance of that holiday as well as other news from the Statehouse over the past week.

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