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Policy Director Colin Williams was mentioned in this article. Via – The Chicago SunTimes “Democratic gubernatorial candidate J.B. Pritzker has claimed that his proposal to legalize marijuana would create between $350 million and $700 million in revenue for the state, but…
ICPR’s Board Chair Susan Garrett was quoted in this article. Via – Daily Herald “The Illinois tollway contends its no-bid process that uses a selection committee to makes recommendations to the board on expensive engineering contracts is independent and transparent….
ICPR Board Chair Hon. Susan Garrett was quoted in this article. Via – NBC Chicago “Since January 2016, Illinois House Speaker Michael Madigan’s political campaign has spent more than $700,000 to purchase tickets to Chicago Cubs, White Sox and Bulls…
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