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One year into pandemic, Pritzker ‘cautiously optimistic’ about large-scale events One year into pandemic, Pritzker ‘cautiously optimistic’ about large-scale events

One year into pandemic, Pritzker ‘cautiously optimistic’ about large-scale events

One year into the COVID-19 pandemic, Gov. JB Pritzker on Thursday announced a new initiative focusing on vaccine access for rural parts of the state and said he is “cautiously optimistic” about future reopenings and public gatherings.

Bills would increase pharmacy access, allow easier changes to birth documents Bills would increase pharmacy access, allow easier changes to birth documents

Bills would increase pharmacy access, allow easier changes to birth documents

The House Human Services Committee on Tuesday moved bills aimed at closing disparities in access to pharmacies and allowing transgender and intersex individuals to change their sex on their birth certificate.

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