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    • Slideshow: Top video games of 2014 - Madison.com December 19, 2014
      Madison.comSlideshow: Top video games of 2014Madison.comDerrik J. Lang: Despite its grander-than-grand scale, "Inquisition" is a breathtakingly detailed role-playing saga unique to each player portraying the leader of a revolution in the fantasy realm of Thedas. BioWare deserves to be heralded for its ...and more »
    • Caption contest! - The Capitol Fax Blog (blog) November 26, 2014
      The Capitol Fax Blog (blog)Caption contest!The Capitol Fax Blog (blog)Man, there's hardly any news at all today. I'll be shutting the blog down early today, so comment early because you won't wanna miss your chance to say “Happy 65th birthday, Rep. Lou Lang!” via our caption contest. From Lou's Facebook page…
    • 'Dragon Age: Inquisition' - Madison.com December 19, 2014
      Madison.com'Dragon Age: Inquisition'Madison.comLou Kesten: BioWare's overstuffed role-playing epic has everything you could want in a fantasy saga: war, magic, exploration, romance and, yes, dragons. I've spent 200 hours in its lush, frightening world and there are still huge areas I've barely ...and more »
    • 'Wolfenstein: The New Order' - Madison.com December 19, 2014
      Madison.com'Wolfenstein: The New Order'Madison.comLou Kesten: We got a bunch of new first-person shooters in 2014, but the freshest was this revival from Sweden's MachineGames. Set in an alternate Europe where the Nazis won, it's an expertly paced thriller with a cast of resistance fighters that I ...
    • Empty Netter Assists - 12-19-14 - Pittsburgh Post Gazette (blog) December 19, 2014
      Pittsburgh Post Gazette (blog)Empty Netter Assists - 12-19-14Pittsburgh Post Gazette (blog)Acquired in the 1969 offseason along with Craig Cameron and a draft pick in a deal which sent Lou Angotti and a draft pick to the Blues, Schock spent eight seasons with the Penguins. In 1969-70, Schock appeared in 76 ... Lang's best season was 2000-01 ...
    • A holiday recording wrap-up - Glendale News Press December 19, 2014
      Glendale News PressA holiday recording wrap-upGlendale News PressNew England songwriter/guitarist Rick Lang earns special notice this year for his “That's What I love About Christmas” (RLM). ... Though not a singer of great distinction, Lang is joined by a sizable cast, including the versatile vocalist Annie Sellick ...and more »
    • 'Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor' - Madison.com December 19, 2014
      Madison.com'Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor'Madison.comLou Kesten: In Monolith Productions' brilliant take on J.R.R. Tolkien, you must challenge a series of orc warlords before going toe-to-toe with their evil boss. The result rewards a smart strategic approach as much as skillful swordplay, and it's ...
    • Season of Sharing donor list for Dec. 19 - SFGate December 18, 2014
      Season of Sharing donor list for Dec. 19SFGate... $100, in memory of Boyd Swartz; Nancy Chow & Robert Spooner, $50; James & Marie Chuck, $120, in memory of Lou K. & Alice Lee; Audrey Cooper; Mike DeLuca; Shirley Dere, $300, in memory of Gilbert & Dorothy Dere; Lawrence & Barbara DiCostanzo ...
    • Of vice and men - Clinton Herald December 16, 2014
      Of vice and menClinton HeraldLou Lang, a Skokie Democrat. Lang is referring to just one of a number of business owners who looked at the law and decided to take advantage of its provisions, including an equestrian center, an apartment complex and a string of quasi-restaurants.
    • Green Day, Joan Jett will have to carry the Hall of Fame ceremony - Pittsburgh Post Gazette December 17, 2014
      Pittsburgh Post GazetteGreen Day, Joan Jett will have to carry the Hall of Fame ceremonyPittsburgh Post GazetteThe 2015 inductees, announced early Tuesday morning in a press release, include Bill Withers and Joan Jett and the Blackhearts, along with Lou Reed, who died last year, and two bands missing their namesakes: Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble, an […]
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Illinois House Backs Affordable Health Care, Financial Security as Top Priorities

(Springfield, IL) — As you know, difficult problems  confront the nation, as a people and as a state – but together we can work to solve those problems. Divided We Fail, a nationwide effort is focusing on the biggest and most critical issues–affordable health care and financial security.

The Divided We Fail campaign is assembling the AARP, SEIU, the Business Roundtable, the National Federation of Independent Businesses, and lawmakers from across the nation to find solutions to affordable health care and financial security.

To nudge the campaign along, I sponsored and won passage on January 8, 2009 of an Illinois House Resolution–H.R. 127–that commits Illinois lawmakers to break political gridlock that has, at times, crippled the legislative process and address health care and financial security here in Illinois to the extent we can.

The new General Assembly, the new Senate leaders, and potential change in the Governor’s office can only help move the process along.

Lou Lang

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