The U.S. Supreme Court has tossed a verdict that said lawyers are required to pay an annual membership just to practice in a state and an atto…
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Civil rights groups are going after more than a dozen cities in Illinois for violating the First Amendment rights of panhandlers.
A state lawmaker is pushing for the governor to sign a bill that some worry would open small employers to frivolous discrimination lawsuits.
The University of Illinois is asking a judge to toss a lawsuit against them claiming they’re violating the free speech rights of a couple of their conservative students.
A case that split the U.S. Supreme Court along ideological lines generated fresh partisan reaction Wednesday.
Workers won on Wednesday. So, too, did advocates of free speech.
Millions of workers across the country could have the right to work for their government without having to pay fees to a union with a U.S. Sup…
Illinois lawmakers have made the state the 37th to ratify the federal Equal Rights Amendment.
Emotions ran high during a more-than four-hour Illinois House hearing Monday on ratifying the decades-old federal Equal Rights Amendment.
Some Illinois lawmakers want to give more student employees bargaining rights after a graduate student strike at the state’s flagship university.