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onehawkfan - Back pay, OT pushes Illinois government’s ‘$100,000 club’ to 7,800 members - Quinc
Guess what happens to these large salaries? They turn into large pensions!
WarCry - Schoenakase on WTAD\'s Mary Griffith Show - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
The only prohibition I'm aware of for felons in politics here in IL is at the municipal level. From county on up, I don't believe there is any restriction. But if you decide to run, you better know that your past WILL come up, and if you don't want to talk about it, you might just want to stay home.
qfingers - Back pay, OT pushes Illinois government’s ‘$100,000 club’ to 7,800 members - Quinc
Of more interest to me are the 10 VA nurses making over $100,000 Wow....according to this the best-paid 10% made over $94,000 http://money.usnews.com/careers/best-jobs/registe... So how many VA nurses are there in total in the county?
qfingers - Fast food workers vow civil disobedience - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Why should ANY profession have a minimum anymore? Minimum wage, historically, was targeted at single-bread-winner families. Now that both spouses work in most cases the need for minimum wage is lessened due to that fact. You also don't need to pay teenagers a "living" wage.
Lincoln1858 - Schoenakase on WTAD\'s Mary Griffith Show - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
I guess that it only makes sense that, in the great state of Illinois, where 4 of our last 7 governors have spent time (or are currently) in jail, that a CONVICTED felon could run for public office!

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Illinois dodges extra mortgage guarantee fees

7 months, 2 weeks ago Chicago Tribune

High level of foreclosures helps means state doesn't meet criteria

From Chicago Tribune:

The Federal Housing Finance Agency is increasing the guarantee fees that Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac charge for mortgages they acquire, but Illinois will not be assessed an extra fee because of the high level of foreclosure activity in the state.

A year ago, the agency, which oversees Fannie and Freddie, proposed maintaining an extra guarantee fees in five states -- Illinois, Florida, Connecticut, New Jersey and New York -- that had extra-long foreclosure processing times. The FHFA said the extra ‘adverse market’ fees on newly acquired mortgages were necessary to cover the extra costs of managing the foreclosure process in some states. The fees were first put in place in all states in 2008.

On Monday, the FHFA announced it would increase all guarantee fees by an average of 0.14 percent on a typical 30-year, fixed-rate mortgage and by 0.04 percent on a 15-year, fixed-rate mortgage.

In addition, mortgages acquired in Florida, Connecticut, New Jersey and New York will carry an extra guarantee fee of 0.25 percent. Illinois, the agency said, does not meet the revised criteria for the extra fees.

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