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Executive authority in the face of disaster Executive authority in the face of disaster

Executive authority in the face of disaster

Since Illinois Gov. JB Pritzker declared a state of emergency eight days ago, all public and private schools have closed, restaurants and bars have shuttered to sit-down customers, gatherings of more than 50 people have been canceled and the state employee workforce was cut to only its essential numbers.

Drivers services, other offices closing Drivers services, other offices closing

Drivers services, other offices closing

Illinois Secretary of State Jesse White announced all offices under his purview, including driver services facilities, will be closed from Tuesday through March 31.

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