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Illinois House votes to ban red light cameras, but not in Chicago

Rauner: Stop ‘fair share’ fees for non-union teachers

State reps. seek alternatives to PARCC exam

Members of an Illinois House committee on Tuesday approved a resolution calling on the Illinois State Board of Education to reevaluate its use of the PARCC exam.

House Elementary and Secondary Education Committee members voted 15-9-1 in favor of the joint resolution sponsored by state Rep. Scott Drury (D-Highwood). The measure instructs the Illinois State Board of Education to conduct an analysis of the PARCC exam that Illinois school districts began administering this year to meet the federal Common Core standards.

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Study: Exelon subsidy would cost $1.6 billion over 5 years

Bill that would eliminate suburban red-light cameras clears House committee

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Illinois House panel grills Rauner budget director over cuts

Rockford sides with Rauner

Karen Lewis on Rauner: Members of 'Montgomery Burns' class should pay fair-share of taxes

Rauner moves to answer Latino critics

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