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New poll shows support for suspending state pension payments for corrupt lawmakers | First Listen

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  • New poll shows support for suspending state pension payments for corrupt lawmakers
  • U.S. Senator Dick Durbin is supportive of a foreign aid package in the U.S. House
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  • The primary race for Cook County state's attorney has been decided
  • A man charged with armed robbery at an Illinois College dormitory in 2022 has been deemed fit for trial
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