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AG Kwame Raoul announces student debt settlement with Navient

One of the nation’s largest student loan servicers will pay borrowers $95 million, cancel $1.7 billion in debt.

Illinois warns of fake COVID-19 pop-up testing sites

By¬†Tia Ewing¬† |¬†Published¬†January 11, 2022 5:50PM |¬†Coronavirus in Chicago.¬†| FOX 32 Chicago CHICAGO¬†–¬†COVID-19 testing sites are popping up all across the Chicago area, but there‚Äôs a warning that some may not be legit. Many people in¬†Illinois¬†are turning to¬†COVID¬†pop-up sites and the Illinois attorney general says they aren’t all real. There’s a nationwide shortage of COVID […]

Democratic AGs continue fight seeking recognition of ERA

By SARAH RANKIN – Associated Press |¬†Jan 3, 2022 RICHMOND, Va. (AP) ‚ÄĒ Three Democratic attorneys general are seeking to overturn the dismissal of a lawsuit that sought to force the federal government to recognize Virginia‚Äôs 2020 vote to ratify the Equal Rights Amendment, and add it to the Constitution. In an opening brief filed […]

Illinois AG Office to distribute free child ID kits to families

by:¬†Patrick Elwood |¬†Posted:¬†Dec 16, 2021 / 05:34 PM CST¬†/¬†Updated:¬†Dec 16, 2021 / 05:34 PM CST CHICAGO ‚ÄĒ Illinois Attorney General Kwame Raoul announced Thursday that his office is expanding resources it offers to keep children safe. The office is partnering with the National Child Identification Program (NCIDP) in a pilot program that will provide Illinois […]

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