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urban league panel works out community trust issues

Urban League Panel Works Out Community Trust Issues

ICPR’s Forum on Building Public Trust by Empowering Community Voices is mentioned in this article via Medill News Service “Police tactics, mental-health awareness and youth engagement were top concerns for a panel of community leaders, government officials and media personalities…

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chicago leaders discuss police community relations

Chicago Leaders Discuss Police-Community Relations

ICPR’s Forum on Building Public Trust by Empowering Community Voices is mentioned in this article via Progress Illinois “Expanding the Chicago Police Department’s partnerships with young people was among several key recommendations made at a Tuesday afternoon panel discussion on how…

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dunkin dunking cash

Dunkin Dunking Cash

via POLITICO Illinois Playbook “The fine folks at The Illinois Campaign for Political Reform crunched the numbers Thursday and found that more than $1.4 million and counting is being spent in the 5th State House District race where incumbent Ken…

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partnership transparency discussed

Partnership Transparency Discussed

ICPR Executive Director Sarah Brune is quoted in this article via Alton Daily News “Gov. Bruce Rauner confirms the new private economic development corporation for the state won’t be subject to the same transparency requirements as government agencies. When announcing a…

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follow the money

Follow the Money

via Chicago Tribune “*The Illinois Campaign for Political Reform’s Sunshine Project broke down contributions in the Cook County state’s attorney race.” View article here

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stricter rules in other states

Stricter Rules in Other States

ICPR Executive Director Sarah Brune is quoted in this article via My Web Times “Iowa’s spending restrictions for political candidates are similar to those in Illinois — with one notable exception. The Hawkeye State has a blanket ban for using any…

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