A group of retired Illinois teachers and administrators have filed a lawsuit seeking to have a new plan to reduce the state's $100 billion pension shortfall declared unconstitutional. Read »
The high court issued its one-page order Wednesday. It has not yet scheduled a hearing date. Read »
The Illinois Supreme Court Thursday ended a long fought debate over the unenforced abortion parental notification law, allowing the state to require doctors to notify a girl’s parents 48 hours before an... Read »
Mary Ann McMorrow, the first woman to serve on the Illinois Supreme Court and the state's first female chief justice, has died. Read »
The Chicago Democrat used his amendatory veto power Tuesday to call for changes in a bill related to in-state ammunition sales. It's now up to lawmakers to accept or reject the changes. Read »
The race for the Illinois Supreme Court is being lead by "Undecided" followed by candidate Aurelia Pucinski. Read »
Justices Anne Burke and Charles Freeman disagree with majority's reasoning, say "inflammatory" language was used. Read »
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