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OneMansPoison - Supreme Court extends gay marriage nation-wide - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Good gawd. I'm down-voted for championing the downtrodden children used and abused by "the system". My place in Hell must be very low...
QuincyGuy - Quincy man held after two-state chase - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Brandishing a Firearm is against the law. Who was your instructor? If he told you, you didn't listen very well.
CoolEdge - Supreme Court extends gay marriage nation-wide - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
single people don't get those benefits ... that's not equal. This is only about the definition of marriage. The courts changed it, wrote law.
Expatriate - Supreme Court extends gay marriage nation-wide - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
I think these are completely valid concerns and people on the pro-same-sex marriage side dismiss them too quickly. I wonder how courts will address them. If "marriage license" is part of a fundamental right, then they would apply strict scrutiny to equal protection analysis (To keep the discriminatory law, the government must show that the challenged classification serves a compelling state interest…
OneMansPoison - Supreme Court extends gay marriage nation-wide - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Well, maybe we need a common core I.Q. test to figure out which kids are capable of giving consent? Just kidding.

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Some aldermen wary of plan and funds for unspecified energy efficiency projects

From chicagotribune.com:

Mayor Rahm Emanuel is pushing a new plan to skim off some of the savings Chicago electricity customers stand to gain from lower rates expected as part of a bulk power purchasing contract, with the money going for unspecified energy efficiency projects.

The mayor also wants greater control over how much of the deal a company can get.

Some aldermen are skeptical, questioning Emanuel's power grab on the specifics of electrical aggregation, which allows the city to negotiate lower rates on residents' behalf. Last week, 56 percent of Chicago voters agreed with the idea in a referendum question.

Now the rush is on to lock in savings as soon as possible. Emanuel wants to award the power savings deal within a month.

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