News Around Illinois – February 7, 2020
Judge Orders Municipalities To Refund Carle Foundation $6.2 Million URBANA – A circuit judge has ordered the city of Urbana and other local taxing bodies to refund $6.2 million in property tax payments to the Carle Foundation. In a ruling issued Wednesday, Judge Randall Rosenbaum also called on Carle and the taxing authorities to end […]
How The Impeachment Vote Affects The Balance Of Power In The Federal Government
NPR’s Mary Louise Kelly talks with Vikram Amar, professor of constitutional law at the University of Illinois, about the consequences of the impeachment vote.
Trump Set To Give ‘Victory’ Speech After Acquittal By The Senate
The Senate found President Trump not guilty of the impeachment charges against him. Trump claimed he was “totally vindicated” and plans to give remarks at noon ET on Thursday. Watch the speech live.
In Trial Against Bayer And BASF, Missouri Peach Farmer Testifies About Alleged Dicamba Damage
CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo. – In June 2018, Bill Bader’s grandson wanted a ripe peach to eat, so the two got in an all-terrain vehicle and drove to the area of Bader’s farm where the fruit would be about the size of baseballs, ready to eat fresh off the tree.
Survey: Americans Agree Health Care System Needs Fixing
Americans are divided on lots of issues. But a new national survey finds that people across the political spectrum agree on at least one thing: Our health care system needs fixing. The “Hidden Common Ground” survey from Public Agenda, USA Today and Ipsos found that 92% of Americans say changes are needed.
News Around Illinois – February 6, 2020
Survey: Most Americans Want Changes To US Health Care System URBANA – More than 90 percent of Americans say changes are needed to make the U.S. health care system more affordable and lower drug costs. That’s according to a new national survey from Public Agenda, USA Today and Ipsos. Chris Jackson is vice president of Ipsos. He […]