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Illinois’ pension shortfall would be far lower today if liabilities had grown at neighboring states rates since 2003

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Illinois’ COVID-19 data: Daily update for November 29, 2020 – Wirepoints

Daily COVID-19 data update for November 29, 2020.

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Illinois to borrow billions from the Feds AGAIN, only state in country to tap government lending program – Wirepoints

Illinois has announced $2 billion more in additional borrowing from the Federal Reserve. Only one state or city in the entire country has borrowed from the facility since its inception: the state of Illinois. All others have successfully raised billions from the traditional markets during the pandemic.

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How To Focus Protection On Those Truly At Risk From Covid-19 – Wirepoints

Obsess about those at risk. Keep them alive until the vaccine arrives.

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Illinois Senators Durbin and Duckworth Are Among The Book Burners Happy With Big Tech Censorship – Wirepoints

The subversion of democracy by suppression of the free exchange of information and opinion is no longer just a threat. It’s here.

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The right COVID policy for Illinois? Obsess about the elderly and infirm. – Wirepoints

The strategy of shutting much of the state down – from lockdowns to school closings – has done far more harm than good, in part because it’s taken health officials’ eyes off of the elderly and the infirm.

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