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Could Illinois be the new Iowa?

Gov. J.B. Pritzker plans to launch a bid for the state to overtake Iowa’s first-in-the-nation preside
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Gov. J.B. Pritzker plans to launch a bid for the state to overtake Iowa’s first-in-the-nation presidential nominating status. And with the demand for diversity in the process growing stronger even before the Iowa caucus debacle, Mayor Lori Lightfoot told us it’s time for the Democratic party to “give serious consideration to starting with a state that’s diverse.” Reporters Tina Sfondeles and Lynn Sweet have the story…

Mayor Lightfoot attends Trump’s State of the Union speech: ‘divisive, offensive’
Online pot delivery services offer Chicagoans easy access to weed — but flout the law
Illinois the new Iowa? Pritzker to push for first-in-nation mantle, Lightfoot calls it ‘question to pursue’
Madigan defends handling of Franks investigation, Pritzker ‘deeply troubled’ by allegations
‘We needed different leadership,’ Lightfoot says after school watchdog resigns amid workplace complaints
Lincoln Park High School basketball season unlikely to resume, mayor says
Lightfoot orders sweeping TIF reforms
Kim Foxx: ‘We’ve not been perfect,’ but state’s attorney’s office now ‘model for the nation’
With 71% of Iowa caucus results reported, Pete Buttigieg narrowly leads, followed by Bernie Sanders
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