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    • St. John's High School class of 1964 celebrates 50th reunion - Delphos Herald October 30, 2014
      Delphos HeraldSt. John's High School class of 1964 celebrates 50th reunionDelphos Herald... Pam Clark Hanser, Candi Patton Shafer, Sharon Drewyore Hines, Susan Nomina Lang, Diana Grubenhoff and Nancy Welch Williams; row three, Mary Lou Williams Harman, Jane Wrasman Goergens, Judy Trentman Pohlman, Mariella Shumaker Meyer, ...
    • Advocates, pols push crime victim constitutional amendment - Chicago Sun-Times October 28, 2014
      Chicago Sun-TimesAdvocates, pols push crime victim constitutional amendmentChicago Sun-TimesLou Lang, supporters sought to raise awareness of the so-called “Marsy's Law” proposal that on Nov. 4 is among a historically high number of hot-button issues voters are being asked to weigh in on. “The constitutional amendment for the Crime Victims ...and more » […]
    • Medical pot dilemma: Where to get the first seeds? - Daily Mining Gazette October 27, 2014
      Medical pot dilemma: Where to get the first seeds?Daily Mining GazetteLou Lang, who sponsored Illinois' medical marijuana law, concedes lawmakers knew there was an issue. "We did not address it in the bill on purpose," he said. "We can't sanction in a law doing an illegal act." David Ittel has sold indoor gardening ...and more » […]
    • Troy Turkey Trot hosting two food drives - Troy Record October 29, 2014
      Troy Turkey Trot hosting two food drivesTroy RecordAdded Mayor Lou Rosamilia: “We encourage Trojans to participate in this initiative and we look forward to providing assistance to families who may need a little help during this special time of year. The city of Troy is eager to join with the Troy ...and more »
    • Pot seeds remain a problem - Charleston Daily Mail October 27, 2014
      Pot seeds remain a problemCharleston Daily MailLou Lang, who sponsored Illinois' medical marijuana law, concedes lawmakers knew there was an issue. “We did not address it in the bill on purpose,” he said. “We can't sanction in a law doing an illegal act.” David Ittel has sold indoor gardening ...
    • Movie capsules - Bucks County Courier Times October 30, 2014
      Movie capsulesBucks County Courier Times23 BLAST: (NP) Alexa Vega, Dylan Baker and Stephen Lang star in this drama about a high school football hero who is stricken with total blindness and must decide whether to return to the sports world despite his condition. (98 minutes) Some teen drinking.and more »
    • 2014 Troy Turkey Trot organizers expect record turnout - Troy Record October 27, 2014
      2014 Troy Turkey Trot organizers expect record turnoutTroy Record“We are delighted to once again host the Capital Region's premier Turkey Trot,” city Mayor Lou Rosamilia said. “Whether you live in Troy, Albany, ... Distributing Co. and Bryce Real Estate. Media partners include Lang Media and Albany Broadcasting.
    • Cornell grad Tretter working on return to Packer lineup - Ithaca Journal October 24, 2014
      Ithaca JournalCornell grad Tretter working on return to Packer lineupIthaca JournalIn June of 1925, Wally Pipp was the first baseman of the New York Yankees, but a batting-practice beaning led the Bronx Bombers to turn to a young reserve named Lou Gehrig to fill in for the injured starter. The rest, of course, is Major League ...
    • 8 Most Inspirational Sports Movies of All Time - WhoSay October 26, 2014
      WhoSay8 Most Inspirational Sports Movies of All TimeWhoSayStarring Mark Hapka, Bram Hoover, Stephen Lang, Becky Ann Baker, Alexa Vega, and other talented celebs, the film follows the true life story of Travis Freeman, an avid football player who suddenly became blind. However, through his adversities, the ...
    • Cream bassist Jack Bruce dies at 71 - Boston Herald October 26, 2014
      Boston HeraldCream bassist Jack Bruce dies at 71Boston HeraldBruce stayed extremely busy in the years following, recording solo album "Songs for a Tailor" that same year, forming another short-lived power trio, West, Bruce and Lang, in the early 1970s, and playing with everyone from John McLaughlin to Lou Reed ...and more »
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WBEZ: Rep. Lou Lang Moving Forward with Illinois Gaming “Clean-Up” Legislation

(Chicago, IL) – With no detailed feedback still from Gov. Pat Quinn‘s office, Illinois House Deputy Majority Leader Lou Lang (D-Skokie) is moving forward with a “clean=up bill” that will attempt to address some of the governor’s public criticism of Illinois gaming legislation that will soon land on Quinn’s desk.

WBEZ radio’s Kristen McQueary has the story:

“Despite delays and debunked predictions—and a never-ending wait for Gov. Pat Quinn’s decision on a gambling expansion bill—supporters of expanded gambling in Illinois say they expect to find common ground by Oct. 25, the first day of the fall veto session.

The bill, stalled for months due to policy differences, political infighting and Quinn’s reluctance to increase gambling venues, remains a top priority.

But the waiting game may be ending soon. Unless Quinn outlines his concerns “in short order,” legislative leaders will present him with their own version of a clean-up gaming bill, known as a trailer bill, that will tighten control over the proposed Chicago-owned casino, according to State Rep. Lou Lang (D-Skokie), House sponsor of the bill.”

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