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Pritzker issued executive orders in late August and early September that apply to state employees, contractors and vendors who work in congregate facilities, as well as certain heath care workers, school personnel and higher education employees.
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The nation's first Black secretary of state notably broke from the Republican Party to endorse Barack Obama in 2008. He also gave a forthright condemnation of Islamophobia.
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Stacy Reed Vice President of Programs and Marketing at the Community Foundation for the Land of Lincoln and Sondra Shaw-Hardy, the “godmother” of women’s giving circles joined Community Voices to talk about women's philanthropy. Shaw-Hardy shared her experience of starting the first women's giving circles in the U.S., and Reed gave the history of Springfield's giving circle. Reed also said the local giving circle has raised $1 million which will be used to provide support to women in the Springfield community.
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The proposed map would give Democrats more of an edge in the state. Republicans are calling it "shameless gerrymandering."
Authorities seek the release of the 16 Americans and one Canadian kidnapped in Haiti over the weekend. On Monday, unions and other organizations launched a strike to protest worsening security.
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