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State Supreme Court asked to rule in case of woman allegedly raped by Lyft driver State Supreme Court asked to rule in case of woman allegedly raped by Lyft driver

State Supreme Court asked to rule in case of woman allegedly raped by Lyft driver

The rideshare company Lyft argued before the Illinois Supreme Court Wednesday that a 2014 state law protects it from being held liable for the criminal actions of one of its drivers who allegedly raped a passenger in 2017.

Pritzker signs Health Care Right of Conscience change Pritzker signs Health Care Right of Conscience change

Pritzker signs Health Care Right of Conscience change

A new law in Illinois will soon clear the way for employers to enforce vaccination, testing and other mitigation measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

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