The ILGA ends almost every session past its deadline. Is it by design?
Navigating Medicaid and Medicare plans can be challenging. Here’s a breakdown of the health care systems.
Education is the lottery’s beneficiary, but how much does it really benefit?
The Better Government Association is examining the impact of the city’s decision more than 20 years ago to demolish the Cabrini-Green public housing development and build a new community, and we need your help.
The BGA and Chicago Tribune recently revealed the limitations of a new city “scofflaw list” that excludes hundreds of unsafe buildings because they don’t meet the lists’ complex criteria. Among the buildings that would have been excluded is the one where Eric Patton Smith’s daughter died.
With the hack investigation of the attorney general’s office still ongoing, some people want to know how the breach in April affects staff work at the agency. But how do you properly seek transparency from the AG’s office about, well, itself?
Participate in our efforts to serve you with information needs that matter most and empower you to hold accountable government agencies and public officials.
With the ongoing investigation and majority of the Attorney General’s computer system offline, is there any way to know when the office will meet your requests?
The Better Government Association spoke with several Black West Side and west suburban business owners about their experiences applying for PPP funds.
Four Black-owned small businesses in Chicago’s West Side and west suburbs share their experiences with applying for federal funding during the COVID-19 crisis.