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Flanked by state Senate Republican Leader Bill Brady, left, and House Minority Leader Jim Durkin, Gov. Bruce Rauner discusses school funding at a news conference Monday before he ordered lawmakers to return to Springfield Wednesday.
Editorial: The deepening prospect of a late school start
A Daily Herald editorial says that if schools don't open on time, the political discussion won't be about school funding so much as about who's to blame.
State Rep. Elaine Nekritz of Northbrook says she is resigning from state government out of frustration with its dysfunction.
Editorial: Illinois' politics of exasperation
Nine families that bought the Wynstone Golf Club in their North Barrington subdivision intend to prove that they have a formula to make it a success in an era of decline.
The Soapbox: Daily Herald editors offer brief thoughts on suburban topics in the news.
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