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Monday, March 19, 2018
Gov. Bruce Rauner says he'll fight for Illinoisans. But only if he wins re-election. If he loses, Rauner's wife, Diana, says she and Bruce are out of here.
During the Atlanta Public Library hearing, one of the Library Director’s testified on the impact to the library if they had to pay the Secretary of State for the Grant they obtained totaling $25,000.
For over eight months we have been exposing alleged felony violations of law by Bill Thomas, former self-dealing board member of the Atlanta Public Library District, and to date, Thomas has not been charged.
Two Atlanta Public Library District Trustees resigned from office.
Once again, the fact-checking of sworn testimony of Bill Thomas is proving he has a real problem with facts.
Mid-2017, we started our investigations of troubling activity within the Atlanta Public Library District.
Yesterday we exposed what appears to be straight up perjury by Bill Thomas, the former Atlanta Public Library board member.
The Atlanta Library had their hearing with the Secretary of State today regarding the demand for repayment of a $25,000.00 grant the library received based on a fraudulent application.
This is a Hearing to hear testimony and review documents on Atlanta Public Library District’s appeal of a directive from the Secretary of State Library to return a $25,000 “Live and Learn” grant.
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If one aspires to become a politician in Illinois, there's one tried and tested route. Attend private elementary and high schools.
State bureaucrats will dictate how many teachers Illinois school districts must hire and how much to pay them if a school funding bill is signed into law this month.
State bureaucrats will dictate how many teachers Illinois school districts must hire and how much to pay them if a school funding bill signed into law this month.