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GE Retirees Seek Class Action Status for Lawsuit

A lawsuit against General Electric is being closely watched in boardrooms around America, as the company defends its decision to shut down its retiree health care plan. In 2012, GE announced to its some of its retirees that they would no longer be part of its GE Medicare Benefits Plan. In 2014,.

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Illinois Bill to Fight Hunger Signed into Law

Illinoisans whose paychecks don’t go far enough to meet their families’ basic needs will have improved access to food assistance with the passage of Senate Bill 1847. The Sargent Shriver National Center on Poverty Law (Shriver Center) and Heartland Alliance for Human Needs & Human Rights applaud Governor Rauner for signing SB.

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Construction begins on permanent supportive housing for homeless veterans in Danville, Illinois

MERCY HOUSING LAKEFRONT, DANVILLE HOUSING AUTHORITY, U.S. DEPT. OF VETERANS AFFAIRS BREAK GROUND ON NEW SUPPORTIVE HOUSING DEVELOPMENT FOR HOMELESS VETERANS (DANVILLE, Ill.) – Mercy Housing Lakefront, Danville Housing Authority, and the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs joined with community members and supporters to celebrate the ground breaking of new permanent supportive.

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Inspiration for aspiring writers

This has been floating around the Internet for awhile. Nonetheless, good advice for any aspiring creative type. Or aspiring other types, for that matter. Ira Glass on Storytelling from David Shiyang Liu on Vimeo.

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Mark Angelini of Mercy Housing Lakefront profiled in Daily Whale

With over 30 years of experience in community planning and real estate development, Mark Angelini was a natural choice for his role as president of Mercy Housing Lakefront. Mercy Housing Lakefront, a division of Denver-based Mercy Housing Inc., is a nonprofit organization that develops and manages service-enriched affordable housing units for families,.

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