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Northwestern University and Evanston's Only Daily News Source Since 1881

The Daily Northwestern

Northwestern University and Evanston's Only Daily News Source Since 1881

The Daily Northwestern

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The Daily Explains: How workers’ rights are on the ballot in November with Illinois’s Amendment 1

October 5, 2022

On Nov. 8, Illinois voters will head to the polls to vote on Amendment 1, also dubbed the Workers’ Rights Amendment. The ballot measure could cement unprecedented collective bargaining rights for workers...

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The Daily Northwestern’s guide to Illinois’s 2022 Attorney General race

October 4, 2022

This November, Republican Thomas DeVore will face off against Democratic incumbent Kwame Raoul in Illinois’ attorney general race. The attorney general of any state serves as its chief legal officer....

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Krissie Harris appointed to fill 2nd Ward council seat

September 9, 2022

Krissie Harris is slated to fill Evanston’s vacant 2nd Ward City Council seat after Mayor Daniel Biss announced her appointment Friday.  Harris will fill the seat of former Ald. Peter Braithwaite,...

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City Council announces intent to appoint Luke Stowe as next city manager

August 12, 2022

Luke Stowe, Evanston’s interim city manager, may now fill the position permanently. City Council announced their intent to appoint Stowe as Evanston’s city manager in a Friday news release, and...

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City Council allocates additional funding from cannabis tax to reparations program

August 9, 2022

City Council approved a resolution Monday that will allocate additional funding to the city’s reparations program to help pay the 138 remaining qualified recipients immediately as funds become available. Resolution...

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