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[Illinois] Palos Heights bans smoking in parks and at pool

The Palos Heights City Council has approved a policy to prohibit smoking, including e-cigarettes, at parks and recreation facilities, including the city swimming pool.
Chicago Tribune
added Jun 26, 2015 21:55
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[Illinois] Could Your Condo Ban Smoking? Lakefront Highrises Lead the Way

The first condominium to ban smoking, including inside private residences, was in the Gold Coast in 2010. Since then a handful of buildings have followed suit. Most recently, the board of two new luxury condominium buildings at 416-422 W. Deming Place
DNAinfo
added Jun 26, 2015 21:45
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[Illinois] Ogle County bans e-cigs in public places

OREGON – Effective July 1, Ogle County will prohibit the use of electronic cigarettes – e-cigarettes – in virtually all public and work places. A news release from Joanie Padilla, county director of Health Education/Emergency Preparedness, cited a growi
Sauk Valley (IL) Newspapers
added Jun 26, 2015 21:45
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[Illinois] Advantages of presale home inspection

If you sell the property, you may simply have to disclose the problem to future buyers and hope for ones who are not offended by tobacco smoke. Perhaps, you could post a for-sale-by-owner ad at a local cigar store.
Chicago (IL) Daily Herald
added Jun 15, 2015 12:45
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[Illinois] Chicago Indictment Cites Payments from Tobacco Settlement

tribulations of another big name in Chicago's seamy politics have pulled Hagens Berman back into the spotlight—only this time the firm is on the defensive. The politician in question is Edward Vrdolyak, an influential (and controversial) former Chicago al
Litigation Daily
added Jun 8, 2015 00:30
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[Illinois] Livingston County Housing Authority properties become smoke-free

Effective June 1, all Livingston County Housing Authority Properties became 100 percent smoke-free indoors and outdoors. “The board made the decision to become smoke-free in an effort to protect our residents, employees and visitors from the ha
My Web Times--Streator (IL) Times-Press
added Jun 7, 2015 21:46
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[Illinois] 'Vrdolyak again in feds' crosshairs — as 'Individual A' authorities say concealed tobacco deal payments

But Vrdolyak and Soso, 63, of Alsip, allegedly made a secret agreement with a third person to be paid “a portion of the attorney fees awarded in the tobacco lawsuit and concealed these agreements from the state of Illinois, the Illinois attorney general
Chicago Sun-Times
added May 31, 2015 07:32
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[Illinois] Lawyer charged with failing to pay nearly $800,000 in income taxes

A Chicago attorney has been charged with failing to pay nearly $800,000 in federal income taxes over two decades, including for income he received in connection with the state of Illinois' lawsuit against tobacco companies. Daniel Soso, 63, was charged
Chicago Tribune
added May 28, 2015 16:18
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[Illinois] Berwyn mulls 2-way mirror law, Cigars and Stripes owner says mirror will probably come down

Paul’s measure comes in the wake of a YouTube video posted by a comic name Tamale Rocks on April 26 that was shot in the woman’s washroom of Cigars & Stripes BBQ and Lounge, 6715 W. Ogden Ave. In the washroom is the door to a broom closet, fitted with a
Chicago Suburban Newspapers
added May 24, 2015 21:29
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[Illinois] Philip Morris: Plaintiffs have not proven damages; High court takes Price case under advisement, again

Thompson, who governed for 14 years (1977-91) without a whiff of scandal, spoke as counsel for cigarette maker Philip Morris. In the Supreme Court chamber, at age 79, he stood up against a team of plaintiff attorneys seeking to recover a class action bo
Madison County (IL) Record
added May 21, 2015 19:04
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