Illinois Unites issues plan for marriage equality
Sat. June 15, 2013 3:15:09 PM
from Crain's Chicago Business:
Cook County Health suspends overnight shift at Oak Forest clinic
By Claire Bushey
June 11, 2013
Cook County Health and Hospitals System has suspended the overnight shift at a south suburban urgent care clinic that officials had agreed to operate 24 hours a day following the closure of Oak Forest Hospital.
The suspension at Oak Forest Health Center is temporary, according to the health system.
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From the CFPB:
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: May 31, 2013
CONSUMER FINANCIAL PROTECTION BUREAU COMPLAINT DATA NOW SEARCHABLE BY STATE
Credit Reporting and Money Transfer Complaints Also Added to the Database
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Today the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) expanded its Consumer Complaint Database to include state-by-state information. The CFPB also added complaints about money transfers and credit reporting to the database.
Medicaid expansion heads to Illinois governor
May 28, 2013 - From the Associated Press - St. Louis Post-Dispatch
Illinois lawmakers have approved a historic expansion of Medicaid to cover low-income adults without children.
The key part of President Barack Obama's health care law heads to Gov. Pat Quinn, who is in favor of it. Quinn says it'll help transform Illinois' health care.
CALL YOUR STATE REPRESENTATIVE
SB26: Medicaid Expansion Bill Passes Out of Senate and Moves to House.
- UPDATE: SB26 has been posted for Human Services Committee Hearing May 21st
WE NEED YOU TO TAKE ACTION TODAY:
1. Call your state representative and ask them to support SB26.
Use the ‘Illinois Affordable Health Care Hotline': 888-616-3322
Closing Wasteful Corporate Loopholes in Illinois
by William McNary, Co-Director, Citizen Action/Illinois
During the 2013 legislative session, we asked you to help us pass legislation to stop the 3 most wasteful corporate loopholes in Illinois. With your help, over 9,000 emails and calls were made to our elected officials in Springfield demanding an end to wasteful loopholes.
From The Alton Daily News:
Senate Committee Looks at Loopholes
By Nick Gale, 4/5/13