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6 File to Run for Park Forest Mayor; 2 May Have Trouble Staying on the Ballot

Park Forest Village Hall. (Photo: Gary Kopycinski) Correction regarding Mae Brandon’s petition packet below. An objection to her packet would not be sustained. Park Forest, IL-(ENEWSPF)- Six people have filed petition packets to run for Park Forest Mayor. Two of the six appear to have problems with their packets. If[Read More…]

Chicago Council of Lawyers Releases its 2018 Judicial Evaluations for Judges Seeking Retention and Judicial Candidates Seeking to Fill Vacancies

CHICAGO—(ENEWSPF)—October 4, 2018 Contact: Malcolm Rich Judges make all kinds of decisions, from the very personal, such as child custody decisions, to those with much broader impact. The decisions that judges make affect our lives, both directly and indirectly, often for many years to come. We never know when a[Read More…]

Baby Trump Blimp

Baby Trump Blimp Will Fly in Spokane Tuesday to Protest Trump-Pence Administration

Backbone Campaign, an advocacy organization based on Vashon Island, is bringing a 20’ blimp of Baby Trump to fly during VP Pence’s visit to Spokane on Tuesday. Spokane, Washington—(ENEWSPF)—October 2, 2018 Contact: Bill Moyer, Executive Director, Backbone Campaign “The Vice President is complicit in an administration that continually engages in[Read More…]

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We Officially Flipped Senator Dianne Feinstein on Cannabis

OREGON—(ENEWSPF)—September 14, 2018 By: Anthony Johnson Politics can make strange bedfellows and it has long been extremely weird that California was represented by an anti-cannabis United States Senator, the extremely powerful Dianne Feinstein. While Oregon paved the way for decriminalization in the early 1970s, California really led the charge for the[Read More…]

Puerto Rico hurricane clean up

8 in 10 Puerto Rican Residents Report Hurricane Maria Affected Lives in Major Ways from Loss of Power for Months, Job Losses, Drinking Water Shortages, New/Worsening Health Problems

A Quarter Say Day-to-Day Life is Still Disrupted. Majorities Rate Government Response to Hurricane Maria Negatively and Say Rebuilding after Maria Not a Priority for the Federal Government PUERTO RICO—(ENEWSPF)—September 13, 2018 By:

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