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UPDATED: IDES site back up after ‘database error’ puts online unemployment claims on hold UPDATED: IDES site back up after ‘database error’ puts online unemployment claims on hold

UPDATED: IDES site back up after ‘database error’ puts online unemployment claims on hold

UPDATED Thursday, July 11: IDES site back up: State officials are working to fix a “database error” that rendered the Illinois Department of Employment Security website unable to process unemployment claims or mandatory certifications online Tuesday or Wednesday.

Census advocates forge ahead amid citizenship question uncertainty Census advocates forge ahead amid citizenship question uncertainty

Census advocates forge ahead amid citizenship question uncertainty

SPRINGFIELD – Amid national uncertainty about whether a citizenship question will be included on the 2020 U.S. Census, advocates in Illinois are not changing their approach to ensuring all residents are counted.

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