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Re: Illinois News
« Reply #30 on: 03 April 2019 at 20:03 »
Just when you think Chicago can't get any worse, meet their new mayor. This nigger fag thinks she's going to fix Chicago. That sh!t hole is unfixable, or at least until they get the niggers and muds out.

https://www.nbcnews.com/politics/elections/lori-lightfoot-elected-chicago-mayor-will-be-1st-black-woman-n990266

Lori Lightfoot elected Chicago mayor, will be 1st black woman and 1st openly gay person to hold post

Lori Lightfoot and Toni Preckwinkle had the first two spots in February's election that saw a historic 14 candidates for mayor, leading to the runoff.

Lori Lightfoot elected as Chicago's 1st black female - and gay - mayor

April 2, 2019, 7:56 PM CDT / Updated April 3, 2019, 6:24 AM CDT
By Phil Helsel and Associated Press

Former federal prosecutor Lori Lightfoot defeated Toni Preckwinkle in a runoff for Chicago mayor Tuesday. She will be the first openly gay person and first black woman to lead the city.

The Associated Press called the race for Lightfoot shortly before 8 p.m. local time.

With over 91 percent of precincts in, Lightfoot led Preckwinkle 73.7 percent to 26.3 percent, according to the Chicago board of elections website.

Lightfoot pumped her fist in the air and the crowd cheered when she said, “Thank you Chicago!”

“In this election Toni and I were competitors, but our differences are nothing compared to what we can achieve together,” Lightfoot said. “Now that it’s over, I know we will work together for the city that we both love.”

"Today, you did more than make history," Lightfoot said. "You created a movement for change."

Lori Lightfoot supporters react as she is projected Chicago's next mayor at an election night party. Kamil Krzaczynski / AFP - Getty Images

Lightfoot, 56, who was an assistant U.S. attorney before she entered private practice, has never held elective office before.

The runoff election was bound to be historic, as either of the two candidates was going to be Chicago’s first black female mayor. The city is around 33 percent black, according to 2010 Census data.

Preckwinkle told supporters Tuesday evening that she called Lightfoot to congratulate her.

"This may not be the outcome we wanted, but while I may be disappointed, I'm not disheartened," she said. "For one thing, this is clearly a historic night. Not long ago, two African-American women vying for this position would have been unthinkable."

Lightfoot came in first in the February election that saw a record 14 candidates vying to succeed Mayor Rahm Emanuel, who did not seek re-election.

Preckwinkle, 72, a former schoolteacher who served on the Chicago City Council for 19 years before becoming Cook County Board president in 2011, came in second in the February race, garnering 16.1 percent of the vote to Lightfoot's 17.5 percent.

They both beat William "Bill" Daley of the famous political family, whose father and brother each served as mayor for a combined total of more than 40 years.

Daley, who came in third with 14.8 percent of the vote, conceded that night and congratulated both women, saying "one of them will have the honor of being the next mayor of Chicago."

Emanuel, who has been mayor since 2011, announced in September that he would not seek a third term.

Lori Lightfoot thanks supporters after winning Chicago mayoral race

Although a nonpartisan election, the candidates in the February election like Tuesday's runoff were all attached in varying degrees to the Democratic Party. The Republican Party has virtually disappeared from the city.

Lightfoot seized on the outrage over the 2014 shooting of Laquan McDonald by a white police officer to launch her reformer campaign and suggested that Preckwinkle was attached to big-party politics.

Lightfoot said that as mayor, she would focus on investing in neighborhoods on the West and South Sides and bring transparency and accountability to City Hall. She also said she also wants to end City Hall corruption and restore people's faith in government.

Preckwinkle, who leads Cook County’s Democratic Party, said that mayor “is not an entry-level job” and that “it's easy to talk about change. It's hard to actually do it.”

Both women expressed support for a casino in downtown Chicago, and for changing the state's income tax system to a graduated tax, in which higher earners are taxed at a higher rate.

Voters fill out their ballot at a polling place during a runoff election for mayoral candidates Toni Preckwinkle and Lori Lightfoot in Chicago, Illinois on April 2, 2019.Joshua Lott / Reuters

There were few Election Day problems, NBC Chicago reported. One precinct opened "exceptionally late" because of a delay caused by judges not showing up on time, but the board of elections said that it appeared all voters would be able to return by the close of polls, according to the station.

Lightfoot was endorsed by the Chicago Sun-Times and Chicago Tribune newspapers, as well as U.S. Reps. Jesus “Chuy” Garcia and Robin Kelly, according to NBC Chicago.

Preckwinkle had the endorsement of several unions, including the Service Employees International Union state council, the Teamsters joint council and the Local 700 and other unions, as well as U.S. Reps. Jan Schakowsky, Bobby Rush and Danny Davis, NBC Chicago reported. Chance the Rapper also endorsed her.


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Re: Illinois News
« Reply #31 on: 05 April 2019 at 23:07 »
If Illinois ain't bending over backwards to subsidize the niggers and muds, then they're wasting my hard earned money (that they steal through taxes) on the fags and mentally/sexually deranged.

https://www.ilnews.org/news/health/pritzker-to-change-state-s-medicaid-policy-to-cover-sex/article_287342cc-57e0-11e9-820d-47671a2272de.html

Pritzker to change state's Medicaid policy to cover sex reassignment surgery

By Greg Bishop | Illinois News Network 1 hr ago 

Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker said Friday that the state's Medicaid program will use state and federal funds to cover sex reassignment surgery, but the governor's office hasn't said how much the policy change could cost.

Pritzker’s administration said the state’s Medicaid program “will begin covering gender-affirming surgeries for members under new policies being established.”

The proposed rule, the administration said, would allow Medicaid members 21 and older diagnosed with gender dysphoria to be eligible for genital and breast-related surgeries.

About 1,400 of the state's 3.1 million Medicaid members are diagnosed with gender dysphoria, according to a news release from the governor's office. Last year, about 2,500 prescriptions for hormone therapy were covered.

Coverage could be available starting this summer after a public comment period.

“Healthcare is a right, not a privilege, and I’m committed to ensuring our LGBTQ community and all Illinoisans have access to that right,” Pritzker said in a statement.

John Knight, LGBT and HIV Project director for ACLU Illinois, praised the decision.

"We welcome Gov. Pritzker’s announcement that Illinois will cover gender affirming surgery under its Medicaid program," ACLU of Illinois' John Knight said in a statement. "This is a crucial step to respond to the health care needs of all Illinois residents, including those who are transgender."

"By putting an end to this outdated exclusion on gender affirming surgery, Illinois now joins a long and growing list of states providing coverage for this critical, lifesaving health care," Knight said. "We applaud the Governor for making this important step forward.”

State Rep. Allen Skillicorn, R-East Dundee, said the last thing Illinois needs is an expansion of Medicaid, “especially one that defies biology.”

“I’m speechless that the governor would do this not through the legislative branch but simply through a rule change,” Skillicorn said.

Pritzker said in a statement that the move will be cost-effective because it would help avoid long-term health problems such as depression and suicide.

“With continued attacks coming from Washington, this administration will always stand with our transgender community and their right to lead safe and healthy lives,” Pritzker said.

The administration said the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services in 2016 set rules to require access to gender transition services, and that 17 states and the District of Columbia allow for such surgeries.

The governor's office did not include a projected cost for the proposed rule change.

The change would affect HealthChoice Illinois, the state’s managed care program, and people receiving care through fee-for-service.
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Re: Illinois News
« Reply #32 on: 11 April 2019 at 21:29 »
She maybe a nigger fag, but even she has a high enough IQ to understand the *ed up situation of Illinois. How Chicago is receiving the majority of the state's tax revenue to subsidize all those niggers and muds, unfortunately while at the expense of the hard working Whites. That's why Chicago will never secede.

https://www.ilnews.org/news/state_politics/mayor-elect-downplays-chicago-secession-resolution/article_82cbe612-5bdb-11e9-91d5-1321457cc41d.html

Mayor-elect downplays Chicago secession resolution

By Greg Bishop | Illinois News Network 10 hrs ago

Chicago Mayor-elect Lori Lightfoot and state Rep. Brad Halbrook, R-Shelbyville, talk about a resolution to split Illinois into two states

Chicago’s incoming mayor says splitting Illinois into two states is never going to happen, but the sponsor of the resolution said it’s already started a conversation between leaders in different parts of the state.

Lori Lightfoot, who overwhelmingly beat Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle in last week’s Chicago mayoral race, visited the state capitol in Springfield on Wednesday. She visited with Gov. J.B. Pritzker and House Speaker Michael Madigan. She also gave an address to the Illinois House, where she talked about fixing the city’s finances.

Later, she was asked about House Resolution 101, which would request Congress make Illinois two states. She said “God bless” and that it would never happen.

“Obviously, we’ll watch it,” Lightfoot said. “But I don’t have any concerns of any secession effort actually taking hold.”

The sponsor of the resolution, state Rep. Brad Halbrook, R-Shelbyville, said his measure had sparked an important conversation among leaders throughout the state. The resolution asks "the United States Congress to declare the City of Chicago the 51st state of the United States of America and separate it from the rest of Illinois."

“Well she talked in her speech about when Illinois thrives, Chicago thrives, and right now the rest of Illinois is not thriving,” Halbrook said. “There are isolated pockets that are, but by and large the rest of Illinois is not thriving. I think we need to have a discussion about what it does take to make the rest of Illinois thrive.”

To those who have concerns about Chicago dictating policy to rural areas of the state, Lightfoot said she’s willing to talk.

“I’m going to look for opportunities to reach out to people out below I-80 to make sure that we build good relationships and I think we started that today,” Lightfoot said.

Halbrook said he’s willing to talk, but Chicago is going to have to come around.

“They refuse to talk about reforms to grow the economy,” Halbrook said. “We have to grow the economy by bringing employers into our rural districts.”

Halbrook said his resolution, which now has five sponsors, is doing what he wanted it to do – start a conversation. The measure remains in the House Rules committee where it’s expected to remain for the remainder of the session. Regardless, Halbrook said it’s working.

“Already we’re seeing the effects of the resolution all the way to the mayor’s office and to the new mayor’s office,” Halbrook said. “I think we’re seeing that happen and that’s what we want to have happen.”

Lightfoot is set to address the state Senate on Thursday. She will fill the office being vacated by Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel
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Re: Illinois News
« Reply #33 on: 12 April 2019 at 01:54 »
Just found out one of our current nigger congressmen of this sh!t hole state that I live in was/is associated with the Illinois Black Panther Party. I guess that's alright but placing a flyer stating It's Alright to be White at a college is considered a racist terror attack. What a *ing joke. I've got one foot out of this state looking for a new state to complain about.

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BOBBY L. RUSH (1946- )

POSTED ON FEBRUARY 24, 2008 CONTRIBUTED BY: CASSANDRA WAGGONER

Bobby Lee Rush was born in Albany, Georgia on November 23, 1946. He graduated from Marshall High School in that city at the age of seventeen and soon afterwards enlisted in the United States Army.  Rush served in the Army from 1963 to 1968 when he was honorably discharged.

Rush relocated in Chicago where he attended Roosevelt University.  He received a B.A. degree with honors in 1973. Twenty-one years later (1994) he received a master’s degree in political science from the University of Illinois at Chicago. In 1998 Rush received a second master’s degree in theological studies from McCormick Seminary and soon afterwards became an ordained Baptist minister.

While in college Rush became a political activist and soon devoted himself to Chicago’s civil rights movement.  He first joined the Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) in 1968 but soon afterwards became a co-founder of the Illinois Black Panther Party.  Rush ran the Panther Party’s Free Breakfast for Children program and also organized a free medical clinic.  The clinic developed the nation’s first mass testing program for sickle cell anemia while simultaneously raising awareness of the disease’s impact on African Americans in Chicago.

Rush launched his political career with his campaign and election to the U.S. House of Representatives in 1992.  He won Illinois’s First Congressional District Seat, the post once held by Oscar DePriest who in 1928 became the first black Congressman elected from a northern district.  Rush has won his consecutive reelections and is now serving his eighth  term in the U.S. Congress.  Congressman Rush is currently chair of the Committee on Energy and Commerce and co-chair of the Congressional Biotech Caucus.  He also serves on the Subcommittee on Commerce, Trade, and Consumer Protection and the Subcommittee on Telecommunications and the Internet. Bobby Rush is the only former member of the Black Panther Party seated in Congress.
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« Reply #34 on: 13 April 2019 at 01:06 »
As y'all know I'm not a fan of Trump. But I do feel the need to point out the fact that the state of Illinois and a handful of others think it's alright to eliminate people they disagree with from their voting ballots. It's just another way to silence and control.

https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.mystateline.com/amp/news/illinois-democrats-to-trump-show-tax-returns-or-be-barred-from-2020-ballot/1919139230

Illinois Democrats to Trump: Show tax returns or be barred from 2020 ballot

Posted: Apr 11, 2019 04:56 PM CDTUpdated: Apr 11, 2019 04:56 PM CDT

SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (WTVO) - The Illinois Senate passed legislation Thursday aimed at forcing President Trump to release his personal income tax returns or be barred from the state's 2020 presidential ballot.

The Democrat-led Senate voted 36-19 in favor of the bill.

Democrats have been trying to pressure Trump to release his tax returns even prior to the 2016 election, in hopes of revealing possibly damning information about buisness relationships or income from foreign powers.

State Sen. Tony Munoz (D-Chicago) said, "If you want to run for vice president or president of the United States, hey, what’s wrong with providing your tax returns for the past five years?" according to WBEZ.

“If you’ve got nothing to hide, you shouldn’t worry about anything,” he said. “That’s how I see it.”

The move drew criticism from Illinois Republicans, who said the demand for Trump's tax returns were selective, and were aimed at other offenders, including billionaire Governor J.B. Pritzker.

“This is quite frankly, with all due respect to the sponsor, an embarrassing waste of the Senate’s time,” said State Sen. Dale Righter (R-Mattoon). “This is being pushed by a far-leftist organization from the city of Chicago that wants to be able to get up and chirp about the president of the United States. We ought to be better than this.”

The measure now moves to the Illinois House.

According to the National Conference of State Legislatures, similar legislation is being considered in 17 other states.
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