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Partisan battle over Supreme Court race could exceed $6 million in spending Partisan battle over Supreme Court race could exceed $6 million in spending

Partisan battle over Supreme Court race could exceed $6 million in spending

With Election Day weeks away, top Republican donors have funneled more than $2.5 million to unseat one of four Democratic justices on the Illinois Supreme Court, and potentially seize control from the court’s Democratic majority, which has lasted since 1964.

FROM BETTER GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION: State lax in enforcing law meant to track, support minority-owned businesses FROM BETTER GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION: State lax in enforcing law meant to track, support minority-owned businesses

FROM BETTER GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION: State lax in enforcing law meant to track, support minority-owned businesses

Illinois three years ago began requiring firms getting tax breaks through a state jobs program to report how much they spent with minority- and women-owned vendors. But it has turned into little more than a bureaucratic paper shuffle that collects little useful information.
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