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Illinois Supreme Court to ‘triage’ eviction cases Illinois Supreme Court to ‘triage’ eviction cases

Illinois Supreme Court to ‘triage’ eviction cases

With the state-imposed moratorium on residential evictions set to expire Aug. 1, the Illinois Supreme Court announced a plan Thursday that provides an additional one-month “triage” period for tenants and landlords in certain cases to seek rental assistance.

GOP lawmakers react to legislative watchdog’s resignation GOP lawmakers react to legislative watchdog’s resignation

GOP lawmakers react to legislative watchdog’s resignation

Republican lawmakers in Illinois are renewing their call for ethics reform following the resignation Wednesday of the General Assembly’s top watchdog, Legislative Inspector General Carol Pope.

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