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Ryan Freeman was terminated “in an effort to discourage other employees from engaging in” legally protected activism, according to a complaint with the NLRB that the SEIU said it filed on Wednesday.

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“It is my hope that the current momentum around police accountability will inspire the city and the CPD to accelerate its efforts,” independent monitor Maggie Hickey writes.

Backers of the Boise, Idaho-based supermarket chain are selling 65.8 million shares at $18 to $20 apiece.

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The Illinois Racing Board adjourned a meeting until tomorrow, with the chair telling the track and horsemen to get their act together by then: “If it doesn’t happen tomorrow, it’s not going to happen.”

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Emails signal the city has “discontinued” unannounced internet sessions that a watchdog group says violated the open-meetings law.

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Downtown landlords saw small hikes as they brace for what north suburban owners are facing this year.

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