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Community spread suspected as state coronavirus cases hit 19; Pritzker criticizes feds Community spread suspected as state coronavirus cases hit 19; Pritzker criticizes feds

Community spread suspected as state coronavirus cases hit 19; Pritzker criticizes feds

Illinois health officials on Tuesday announced the first cases of coronavirus illness in people outside Cook County: a McHenry County resident in his late teens and a Kane County woman in her 60s who are likely the state’s first cases of “community spread.”
Lawmaker pushes for limits on solitary confinement Lawmaker pushes for limits on solitary confinement

Lawmaker pushes for limits on solitary confinement

An Illinois man who spent 20 years in solitary confinement after being convicted of a minor theft and, later, driving without a license is now helping lead a push for legislation to limit the use of isolation in state prisons.

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