The Better Government Association takes reader questions related to Illinois government and upcoming elections and tracks down the answers.
With state moving to phase four and easing restrictions, ballrooms and other large event spaces are still limited to 50 guests.
Property owners may still get their August bills in the mail soon but the county won’t penalize late payments until after Oct. 1.
The federal government is offering funds to states with programs that encourage employers to temporarily cut staff hours instead of resorting to layoffs. But the agency charged with launching the program in Illinois says the state likely won’t be able to take advantage of a major piece of that support.
People who live in multi-unit residential buildings share more spaces with their neighbors than those who live in single-family homes. Do they need to inform management if they test positive for the novel coronavirus?
Restrictions have limited the size of gatherings and even getting a marriage license isn’t easy anymore. So how can people plan for the biggest day of their lives during a pandemic?
The pandemic has caused employers to change how they do business to protect the health of customers and employees alike. What information should they share with staff if an employee tests positive for the coronavirus?
Amid pandemic, two suburban county boards have OK’d financial relief from late fees or interest payments for some homeowners while other county officials — including in Cook County — remain mum. A few lawmakers say they’d like to explore if the issue can be addressed statewide.
To keep social distancing rules in place, Pritzker waived requirements that public bodies meet in person. What are they still required to do to make sure the public has access and can have their voices heard?
Officials in suburban counties are considering waiving late fees on property tax payments to help give homeowners some financial relief.