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Illinois has tangled history with abortion despite recent liberal push Illinois has tangled history with abortion despite recent liberal push

Illinois has tangled history with abortion despite recent liberal push

A leaked draft of an upcoming U.S. Supreme Court decision that could overturn the landmark 1973 case Roe v. Wade reignited a political debate over whether access to abortion is a constitutional right or something that can be regulated by the states.

Educators push back against testing requirements Educators push back against testing requirements

Educators push back against testing requirements

Teachers and other education professionals are urging the Illinois State Board of Education to reduce the amount of time students spend on standardized tests each year and to adopt a new testing system that produces more useful information to help teachers improve their instruction.

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