Sunday, July 22, 2018 || LETTERS || @maywoodnews
I currently live in a 20-plus-unit building, on a block that has six other homes and another four-unit rental building. In 2013, when this building was renovated and opened, the village deemed it as a unit that “did not require” off-street parking.
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Thursday, July 12, 2018 || LETTERS || @maywoodnews
The Supreme Court’s decision in Janus v. AFSCME will likely create another major obstacle for African-American, female government workers, hurting some of our most vulnerable employees.
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Friday, June 29, 2018 || LETTERS || @maywoodnews
When temporary workers faced serious hurdles in the workplace, state Rep. Carol Ammons stepped up to pass the Responsible Jobs Creation Act. When students in Chicago and around the state from low-income areas desperately needed a new school funding formula, state Rep. Will Davis was there to help lead the charge. And when minority-owned businesses have needed a lift, state Sen. James Clayborne and I have worked together to provide them new opportunities.
Continue reading “LETTERS: The Gall Of Gov. Rauner’s Claim That He’s Been ‘Best’ For Blacks”