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Sunday, Mar 9, 2014 at 3:14 PM
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By Associated Press

Medical Marijuana Poses Workplace Dilemma

Medical Marijuana Poses Workplace Dilemma

Illinoisans hoping to make use of the state's fledgling medical marijuana law may risk their jobs if their employers opt to maintain or adopt zero-tolerance drug policies. Read »

Wednesday, Apr 17, 2013 at 3:17 PM
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By Associated Press

Illinois House Approves Medical Marijuana Bill

Illinois House Approves Medical Marijuana Bill

Senate to take up proposal, Quinn unsure whether he would sign it. Read »

Tuesday, Nov 27, 2012 at 5:11 PM

Lawmaker Has High Hopes For Medical Marijuana Bill

Lawmaker Has High Hopes For Medical Marijuana Bill

Bill's sponsor, Rep. Lou Lang, believes he has enough votes for House passage. Read »

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Rahm Emanuel

Rahm Emanuel

Foul mouthed, iron-fisted and arrogant. Say hello to Mayor Emanuel.

Jesse Jackson Jr.

Jesse Jackson Jr.

After spending much of the past year and a half out of the public eye Triple J is making a comeback!

Rod Blagojevich

Rod Blagojevich

Rascally alchemist transmutes disgrace into fame. Celeb Apprentice buffoon, jail time looms.

Pat Quinn

Pat Quinn

Accidental gov no longer.

Michael Madigan

Michael Madigan

Master of the Illinois political universe, behind-the-scenes strong arm, and speaker of the house.

Ed Burke

Ed Burke

Ed Burke has played the stoic counterpart to Mayor Daley's outspoken boss hog since the Mayor took office.

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Mark W. Anderson Ward Room Blogger Mark W. Anderson is a writer and journalist specializing in public policy, politics and economics. He graduated from Columbia College Chicago in 2006, and has operated a full service communications and strategy firm while working in and out of politics for more than a decade. A lifelong Chicagoan and White Sox fan, he lives in a Rogers Park apartment stacked with books and records.
Phil Rogers Emmy Award-winning reporter with trenchant insight into Chicago's political machinations.
Mary Ann Ahern WMAQ's Political Reporter since 2006, not afraid of a challenge. Read full bio .
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