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  • Energy Bills Could Go Up
    (2-27-15) Springfield, IL - A bill was introduced in Springfield that could help struggling Exelon plants. The energy company, Exelon Corporation, is asking that Illinois customers pay more to help three nuclear plants in the state that could be on the verge of closure. The bill was introduced in the House and Senate and proposes raising customer bills by $2 a month.  That money would pay for plants producing cleaner energy that Exelon claims are struggling.  The three plants are located in Byron, Clinton and the Quad Cities...
  • Child Care Rally in Springfield
    (2-27-15) Springfield, IL - A rally was held yesterday at the capital in Springfield. Participants protested the drop in funding for low-income childcare in the state.  Parents, day care providers and children filled the capitol building.  The Childcare Assistance Program has come up $300 million short.  Governor Rauner and speaker Madigan say they are close to a deal, but Senate President John Cullerton doesn't agree.  Locally June Davis the Executive Director of the Bloomington Day Care Center is worried what may happen for parents that lose their child care subsidy.  
  • Cases of Tuberculosis in Macon County
    (2-27-15) Decatur, IL - Two cases of tuberculosis have been confirmed in Macon County. The patients are being treated and both are adults.  The Macon County health Department said all precautions are being taken to prevent the disease from spreading.
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