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1990 Illinois Issues Index

AUTHOR INDEX

A

Abbott, Charles J., Jl 25-26 , 44.

Allen, William H., N 14-17

Andreoli, Tom, My 10-13; AgS 44-46.

B

Baron, Dan. AgS 35-39.

Batman. Harvey, AgS 31-34.

Bet. Kithleen, Je 11-13.

Boyer. Peggy, Ja 24-25; Mr 21-22,

Bailey, Phil, Ap 34.

Burleigh, Nina, F 17-19; AgS 16-19.

Burdie, McCredie, Patricia, Ja 7; 28-30, 33, 35, 37-38; F 26, 29, 31-32; Mr 26, 28-29, 31, 35; Ap 30, 32-33, 35, 37; My 27-28, 31, 33, 36; Je 33, 35-36, 39, 41, 43; Jl42-43, 45, 47-48; AgS 65-66, 68, 70-73, 77, 80; O 30, 32-33, 35, 40; N 32, 34-35, 38, 40; D 31-33, 39-40.

Bush, Malcolm, Je 38-39.

C

Camper, John, Ja 36-37, Mr 34-35; My 32-33; Jl 46-47.

Changnon, Stanley A., My 20-21.

Cohen, Ann, AgS 67.

Current, Richard M 30.

Cruz, Wilfredo, Jl 38-39.

D

Davis, Gary, My 9.

Davis, Rodney O., N 33.

Day, Richard, Mr 32-33; Je 40-41; O 34-35.

E

Edmund, Debi Sue, Ja 19-20; Je 28-29.

Ellertsen, Pete, F 14-16.

Everson, David H., F 9-10.

Everson, Judith L., Jl 31-32.

F

Filan, William, O 17.

Finch, Kevin, AgS 40-41.

Finke, Doug, Ja 12-15.

Fremon, David K., Ja 16-18; N 25-28; D 17-20

G

Galvan, Manuel, D 38-39.

Gheradini, Caroline S., Ja 11; O 17; N 13.

Gilbert, Charles C. AgS 42-43.

Giles, Wanda H., Jl 35-36.

Glass, Thomas E., N 21-24.

Green, Paul M., F 30-31; Ap 38-39; Je 42-43; Jl 17-21; AgS 78-79; O 36-37; N 36-37.

Guilloly, Daniel L., F 5; D 21-25.

H

Haas, Richard J., Jl 7.

Harrison, Pat, Mr 18-20, Ap 17-19.

Illinois Issues Roster, F (30-page insert).

J

Jackson, John S. O 31.

Janota, Laura, AgS 29-30.

K

Keiser, John H., Ja 31.

Kemp, Bill, Ja 21-23, Ap 13-16; AgS 26-28.

Kenney, David, Ap 26-27.

Klaus, Robert, Jl34-35.

Klemens, Michael D., Ja 26; Ja 38; F 6-7; F 11-13; F 20-21; Mr 10-11, Mr 23, Ap 10-12; Ap 28; My 22-24; My 25; Je 8-9; Je 18,27; Je 30; Jl 10-11; Jl 12-16; AgS 20-25; 47, 49-50; 55; 57; O 10-11; 17-20; 21-22; 28-29; N 10-12; 30-31; D 8-10, 40; 29; 30.

Knoepfle, Margaret S., Je 5; AgS 8-9; O 6; N 6; 13; D 5.

L

Lamb, Peter J., My 20-21.

Layzell, Daniel T, My 17-19.

Leonard, Marcellus, D 35.

Littlewood,Tom, Ap31.

Long, Ray, Ja 24.25; Mr 21-21

Lousin, Ann, F 25-26.

Man, Anthony, AgS 51-53; 58-60, O 13-16

Marciniak, Ed, My 29.

Mathewson, Mark, My 14-16.

Maxson,John S.,Mr ll.

McCormick, Ann, Ja 11.

McCready, William C., Jl 36-38.

McKeon, Michael, Ja 34-35; Ap 36-37.

Merritt, Anna J., Ja 38; F 5; Mr 29; Ap 33; My 28; Je 36; Jl 48; AgS 69; O 33; N 35; D 33.

Morris, Thomas E., Ja 6; F 8; Mr 6; Ap 6; D 28. Murphy, William K., Je 10.

P

Palencia, Elaine Fowler, Je 34-35.

Panagakis, Nick, F 28-29; My 30-31; AgS 76-77; D 36-37.

Peek, Lucia E.. AgS 42-43.

Pick, Grant, O 23-25; N 18-20; D 26-28.

R

Racine, John, Mr 12-15.

Ross, John, Je 40-41; O 34-35.

S

Sapora, Myrtle K., Ja 32-33.

Schoenburg, Bernard, Mr 27.

Schiewe, Sherron E., Jl 7.

Shafer, William H., F 27.

Shereikis, Richard J., Mr 11.

Shiner, Larry, Ap 23-25.

Siebert, F. Mark, Ja 10-11; 27-28; F 22; Mr 25; Ap 29; My 26-27; Je 32; Jl 6; Jl 41; AgS 14-15; 60, 62-63; O 26-27; 29; N 31-32; D 30.

Skiles, Robin, F 5.

Sladek, Marti J., Jl 7. Smith, Nancy E., AgS 42-43.

Sobieski, Daniel J., Ap 7.

Strozier,Charles B., Jl 27-29.

T

Troxell, Jerry, Jl 33.

V

Van DerSlik, Jack R., Mr 30-31.

W

Watson, Angie, F 23-24; Mr 16-17; Mr 23-24; Ap 9, Ap 20-22; My 3; My 8-9; Je 14-17; Je 31; Jl 22-24; Jl 40; AgS 54.

Wheeler, Charles N. III, Ja 8-9; F 4-5; Mr 8-9; Ap 8-9; My 6-7; Je 6-7; Jl 8-9; AgS 10-12; O 8-9; N 8-9; D 6-7,12-16.

Wilkins, George T. Jr., N 13.

BOOK REVIEW INDEX

Banovetz. James M., ed. Managing Local Government; Cases in Decision Making, AgS 67.

Barker, Lucius J. and Ronald W. Walters, eds., Jesse Jackson's 1984

Presidential Campaign: Challenge and Change in American Politics, Mr 27.

Boyte, Harry C., Commonwealth: A Return to Citizen Politics, Jl 37-38.

Burgin, Richard, Man Without Memory, Je 34.

Derber, Milton with Neil M. Fox. Kraig Kircher, David Nicolai, Curtis A. Scott, Christina E. Shalley and Janet Snow-Godfrey, Labor in Illinois:The Affluent Years. 1945-80, Ja 31.

Drew, Bettina, Nelson Algren: A Life on the Wild Side, Jl 35-36.

Fehrenbacher, Don E., ed., Abraham Lincoln: Speeches and Writings, 1832-1858, Jl 30.

Fehrenbacher, Don E., ed- Abraham Lincoln: Speeches and Writings 1859-1865, Jl 30.

Foner, Eric and Olivia Mahoney, A House Divided: America in the Age of Lincoln, Jl 31-32.

Freeman, Bud, Crazeology: The Autobiography of a Chicago Jaizman, as told to Robert Wolf, Jl 33.

Hallwas, John E., ed., Studies in Illinois Poetry,

D 35. Holladay, Cary C., The People Down South. Je 34.

Holli, Melvin G. and Paul M. Green, Bashing Chicago Traditions: Harold Washington's Last Campaign, My 29.

Horwitt, Sanford D, Let Them Call Me Rebel: Saul Alinsky, His Life and Legacy, Jl 36-37.

Keane, James F, and Gary Koch, eds., Illinois Local Government: A Handbook, AgS 67.

Kenney, David, A Political Passage: The Career of Stratton of Illinois, Ap 26-27.

Kent, George E., A life of Gwendolyn Brooks, D 35.

Lockwood, Brocton with Hadan H. Mendenhall, Operation Greylord: Brocton Lockwoods Story, F 25-26.

McGraw, Erin, Bodies at Sea, Je 34.

McKeever, Porter, Adiai Stevenson: His Life and Legacy, Ap 31.

Miller. Alton, Harold Washington: The Mayor, The Man, My 29. Miller, Ross, American Apocalypse: The Great Fire and the Myth of Chicago, N 33.

Prieto, Jorge, Harvest of Hope: The Pilgrimage of a Mexican-American Physician. Jl 38-39.

Schmidt, John R., "The Mayor Who Cleaned up Chicago": A Political Biography of William E. Dever, Jl 34-35.

Schwartz, Mildred, The Party Network: The Robust Organization of the Illinois Republicans, O 31.

Targan, Barry, Falling Free, Je 34.

Travis, Dempsey J., "Harold" The People's Mayor: An Authorized Biography of Mayor Harold Washington, My 29.

Tuohy, James and Rob Warden, Greylord: Justice, Chicago Style, F 25.

SUBJECT INDEX

AIDS, Ja 33; Ap 23, 24; N 32.

AFL-CIO, Ja 31; F 31-32; AgS 8-9; 70; N 13.

AFSCME, Ja 27; 31; Ap 12; Je 31; Jl 41; AgS 8-9.

Abortion

1990 campaign, F 23,24; Ap 8,9; 36; Jl 19; O 16.

Clinics: (Ragsdale v Turnock), My 26; AgS 47, 49.

Limited initiative. O 29.

Poll: Pro-life or pro-choice?, F 28-29.

Adelman, Charles: Will County exec. AgS 44-46.

Administrative Office, Illinois Courts, AgS 65.

African Americans

Census, Mr 26: Jl 46-47.

Chicago's Uptown, N 25, 27.

Civil War: 1861-65, Jl 28,29; 31-32.

East St. Louis (see East St. Louis).

Elections (see Elections).

Elgin, My 12.

Hegewisch, D 20.

Higher education (see Higher education).

Illinois poetry, D 35.

Jury pools, Mr 25.

Leaders, public officials (indexed by name).

Legislature (see Legislature).

Literacy programs, O 24,25; N 18-20; D 26-27.

Poverty (see Poverty).

Population trends, Ja 38; F 9; My 12; 18,19; N 6.

Redistricting (see Redistricting.

Rockford, Mr 31.

State government jobs, N 38.

White Sox, N 37.

Aging

Court for seniors Cook County, Ap 30, 32-33.

Guardianship (see Guardianship).

Honors. Jl45; AgS 73; N 40.

Housing (see Housing).

In-home care, F 6.

Intergenerational projects, Ag 72-73.

Labor force, Ja 38; My 18.

Medicare, My 8; Je 17.

Nursing homes, Ap 11,12; Je 8; Jl 45; AgS 22.

Population trends, Ja 38: My 18; AgS 69.

Right to die (see Right to die).

Taxbreaks, F 13; Ap 11; Je 8; AgS 55, 57; N 11.

Women: Older Women in Illinois, N 35.

Aging, Council on, Ja 30,33: D 32.

Aging, Department on, F 6; 25; AgS 56.

Agriculture

Crops, Jl 25, 26, 44.

Environment

Farm chemicals, Ap 15; 28; Jl 44; AgS 54; N 40.

Farming and Protecting the Environment, AgS 69.

Groundwater contamination from agriculture, Jl 44.

Soil & Water Conservation Districts, Mr 31; Ap 32.

Sustainable farming: DENR award, D 39, 40.

Wetlands: Ap 28; Jl 44; Jl 45; AgS 54.


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1990 farm bill: 'Less of the same,' Jl 25-26, 44.

Farm subsidies, Jl 25-26,44.

Farmland assesment, F 11,12; Mr 19; Jl 10,11.

Farms, number of, Jl 10; 26; O 18.

Farmworkers, AgS 8.

Pioneer Hi-Bred International, Mr 31.

Agriculture, Department of; new director, Ja 28.

Air quality

Auto emission testing: collar counties, AgS 54.

Clean air act, Ja 21-23; Mr 11; 18; Ap 7; O 16.

Fifth graders highlight air quality, Je 43.

Global warming, Ap 16; My 20-21; N 16.

Hazardous waste incinerators, AgS 54.

Metro Chicago ozone pollution, Ap 28.

Municipal incinerator: emissions; fees, AgS 54.

Reduction of Indoor Radon. Ap 33.

Air travel

Air and noise pollution, Mr 23; AgS 12.

Chanute AFB and United Airlines, Je 33; O 20.

Flying a different way [Schaumburg Helistop], Mr 6.

Lake Calumet airport, AgS 76-77; N 32; D 17-20.

Midway Airlines, Mr 6; F 32.

Alcohol and Substance Abuse, Department of, F 16; Ap 10; Jl 42.

Algren, Nelson: left alone, Jl 35-36.

Alinsky, Saul, Jl 36-38.

Appalachian whites: Chicago's Uptown, N 27.

Argonne National Laboratory, AgS 68; 70.

Arlington Park Racetrack. Mr 23; Je 30.

Art: controversial. Ap 23-25.

Artists; arts groups, Ap 6; 23, 24, 25; My 31; N 28.

Arts Council, Illinois, Ap 6; 25; My 31.

Asbestos, Ja 27; N 13; 22.

Asian Americans

Cambodians, N 6; 28.

Census, Mr 26; Jl 46, 47.

Chicago's Uptown, N 27, 28.

Elgin, My 12.

Labor force, Ja 38; My 18.

Laotians, N 6; 28.

Literacy programs, O 24, 25.

Population trends, Ja 38; My 12; 18; N 6; 27, 28.

Vietnamese, N 6; 28.

Auditor general

DCCA report, F 7: O 18; D 15.

Fiscal Control and Internal Auditing Act, Jl 42.

Hartigan, Neil F. (see Hartigan Neil F.).

Illinois Supreme Court, Mr 25; AgS 17, 18.

RTA report, Mr 23.

Stale holds $3.5 billion in IOUs, D 29.

Statewide elected executives, AgS 31, 32, 33, 34.

Baer, Steven, F 14-16; 23-24; Ap 8-9; 36-37; Jl 17,18, 19, 21.

Baise, Greg, Je l3; Jl 21; AgS 33.

Banks

Catching forged checks, Ap 29.

Chicago Title & Trust, Je 43,

Commissioner of banks and trusts, Ja 33; D 31.

Federal reserve board chairman, Ap 35, 37.

Good faith: debt acceleration, Ap 29.

State Banking Board, AgS 65.

State chartered banks: branch banking, AgS 50.

Book Reviews (see Book review index).

Bowman, Woods, Comptroller race, F 24; Ap 9; 15; Jl 19, 20.

Breslin, Peg, Ap 9;16; Jl 19, 20, 21.

Brooks, Gwendolyn, D 35.

Budget, Bureau of

College savings bonds, Je 28, 29.

Fiscal battles with Paula Wolff, Je 13.

Mandeville: taxpayer ombudsman, Jl 42.

Pay raises for state officials, Je 31.

Revenue estimates, F 20,21; Ap 11,12; Je 9; Jl 13; AgS 55, 57; N 12.

Build Illinois, F 4; Ap 10; 14; 28; Je 9; O 17; D 12, 14, 15.

Burris, Roland W.

1990 campaign for attorney general, F 23; Ap 9; Jl 17,21; AgS 32; N 8; D 38-39.

Comptroller

Accounts recievable: IOUs, D 29.

Comptroller Merit Commission, O 40.

Fiscal crisis, AgS 57; N 31.

Revenue estimates: fiscal 1991, AgS 57.

Payhikes for state officials, Ja 26.

A Business Plan Outline [financing], Je 36.

Business and education

Chicago school reform, Ja 36; AgS 37.

Edgar: partnerships for progress, O 22.

Human capital, Ja 8, 9; O 19.

Literacy programs: workplace, O 24; D 27-28.

Partnership with community colleges, AgS 68.

State Board of Education: business input, AgS 68.

Tests; performance goals [1MA], Jl 24.

Byrne, Jane, My 30; N 27; D 20.

Capital Development Board, Ja 14; My 31.

Censorship

Controversial art and public funding, Ap 23-25.

More on obscenity: charge too vague, Jl 41.

Census, U.S.. Ja 17,18; Mr 26: Jl 46-47.

Chamber of Commerce, Illinois State, Ap 15; 22; 28; AgS 54.

Chanute AFB and United Airlines, Je 33; O 20.

Chicago Academy of Science: board, Jl 42.

Chicago & Cook County

Adult literacy programs, O 23-25; N 18-20; D 26-28.

Architecture: after the fire, N 33.

Artists; arts organizations, Ap 6; 23, 24, 25; My 31; N 28.

Atlas of Chicago Politics, N 35.

Budgeting in Chicago, Ap 33.

Cancer rates: southeast side, Ap 15; D 19.

Chicago bashing, My 6.

The Chicago City Council Report, O 33.

Court for seniors: Cook County group, Ap 30,32-33.

Death sentences: Cook County, O 26, 27.

Economy: F 9; 12; Jl 10-11.

Chicago schools, K-12

Catalyst. Community Renewal Society, Mr 29.

Center for Community Leadership, Ja 37.

Chicago school reform, Ja 28; 36-37: F7; Mr 29; 32-33; AgS 35-39.

Chicago teachers' pay/pensions, AgS 47.

Golden Apple awards for teaching, AgS 77.

10 Illinois schools: education project, F 26, 29.

School buildings, N 22, 23.

School Finance Authority, D 32.

1990 Stale of the State, F 7.

Sullivan High School, AgS 35-39.

Superintendent. Ja 28:37: Mr 32,33; AgS 37; 47.

Elections: 1990 general (chronological order).

Messages and miscalculations, D 6-7.

Harold Washington Party on November ballot, D 30.

Two 'third parties,' D 36-37; 38.

Elections: 1990 primaries (chronological order).

Cook County judicial districts (see Redistricting).

Spanish American politics in the 1980s, Ja 16-18.

Racial litmus test: Dem melee, F 30-31.

Results, Ap 9.

Treacherous business of primary polling, Ap 36-37.

Modem tactics put Phelan on top, Je 40-41.

Democrats v Democrats, Jl 17, 20-21.

Farce and drama, AgS 78-79.

Elections: 1991 mayoral/aldermanic, Jl 17, 21.

Equalized Assessed Valuation, Jl 10.

Ethics: The Chicago Experience, F 5.

Flag art incident, Ap 23-25.

Gentrification (see Housing).

Health care, (see Health care).

Housing (see Housing).

Jazz: a dream followed, Jl 33.

Judicial districts: Cook County (see Redistricting).

Greylord (see Greylord).

Labor history, Ja 31: Je 5; AgS 8.

Lake Calumet Airport, AgS 76-77; N 32; D 17-20.

Legal needs of the poor, Ja 10,11.

Legislators (see Legislature).

Mass transit (see Mass Transit).

Mayors, leaders, etc. (indexed by name).

Population trends (see Population trends).

Poverty (see Poverty).

Pretrial program: Cook County, AgS 55.

Real estate developers, N 25, 26, 27, 28.

Redistricting (see Redistricting).

Taxes (see Taxes).

Toxic waste (see Toxic waste).

Traffic congestion (see Traffic).

Chicago Bears Stadium. Mr 23; Je 30; AgS 47, 49, 50; 55.

Chicago Board of Elections, Ja 18.

Chicago Department of Revenue, N 35.

Chicago Fire: rebuilding. N 33.

Chicago Historical Society: Civil War, Jl 31-32.

Chicago Office of Special Events, Ap 38-39.

Chicago Park District, AgS 72.

Chicago School Finance Authority, D 32.

Chicago School of the Art Institute, Ap 23, 24, 25.

Chicago Transit Authority, Mr 6; 23,24; O 30; 33; D 20.

Children & families

Adoption, N 32.

Child abduction law: constitutional, Ap 29.

Child abuse, D 16.

Child protective services staff, Je 9.

Child support payments. D 29; 33, 39.

Children with Special Needs: A Guide, Ja 38.

Daycare

Background checks on care providers, Je 9.

Child Care Options for Illinois Employers, D 33.

Public AId child care programs, My 31.

Establishing paternity: Every Child's Right: AgS 69.

Family leave, AgS 24; O 16.

Family literacy programs, D 26-28.

Family/school network, O 22.

Healthy Kids Program, F 16.

Human services: Edgar v Hartigan, AgS 20-22, 24.

Infant mortality, F 6; Mr 21; My 8; Je 15; Jl 38; AgS 20, 24; D 16.

Male responsibilty, Mr 22.

Poverty: the problem of children in trouble, Je 38-39.

Preschool programs, F 6.

Teenagers

Homeless Adolescents in DuPage County, D 33.

Teenage pregancies, Mr 21-22; 35.

Children & Family Services, Department, Ja 33; Je 8,9; Mr 21,22; 11 16; AgS 20-22,24; O 30; D 16.

Cities and counties (indexed by name).

Class X crimes, AgS 26, 28; D 15.

Coal

Acid rain provisions, Ja 21-23: Mr 11; 18; Ap 7; 16.

Appointments, My 33; Je 36,39: AgS 66

Clean coal research, Ja 22-23: Mr 18; Ap 33; N 16.

Conference: reclaiming mined land, Jl 47.

Franklin County and southern Illinois, Mr 18, 19.

Mine safety. Je 36,39: AgS 66; N 13.

1989 Pittston coal strike, AgS 9.

Sales tax on Illinois coal outside state, O 29.

Coalition for Educational Rights, Ja 8-9; Mr 16-17; My 14, 15, 16; Jl 2 AgS 50; N 12; D 30.

Commerce & Community Affairs, Department of Appointments. Ja 29; F 26: My 28; 31; AgS 65-66.

Auditor general report, F 7: O 18: D 15.

Diamond Star, F 5; Mr 18; O 20; D 15.

Edgar and Hartigan, Jl 14,16: O 18, 20; N 10,11.

McClure: DCCA's director, Ja 29; F 26.

1990 State of the State, F 4: 7.

Commerce Commission, Illinois, Ap 30; O 40; AgS 66.

Commonwealth Edison. F 22: AgS 60.

Community College Board, Ja 30; My 31, 33; AgS 80; O 40

Compensation Review Board, Je 30; Jl 8; 40.

Comptroller

Accounting and reporting standards. AgS 71.

Bums, Roland W. (see Bums, Roland W.).

1970 Constitution, AgS 32-33.

Illinois' other executives, AgS 31,32,33, 34.

Finances, state Accounts receivable: $3.5 billion in lOUs, D 29.

Fiscal crisi looms, N 31.


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'Rainy day 'fund, AgS 57. Revenue estimates: fiscal 1991, AgS 57.

Comptroller Merit Commission, O 40.

Conservation, Department of, Ja 33; My 31; Je 36; D 32.

Constitutions

1818 and 1848 constitutions, AgS 31-32.

1870 Constitution, Je6; AgS 32.

1970 Constitutional Convention

Executive article; "short ballot," AgS 32-33.

Initiative: citizens, AgS 29; O 28, 29.

Initiative: legislative article, O 28.

Paula Wolfe, Je 12.

Split executive, AgS 31-34.

1990 Constitutional Convention: nixed, O 29.

1981 Cutback Amendment, Ap 23-24; AgS 10; 14-15.

Flag desecration, Ap 23, 24.

School funding, Ja 8, 9: Mr 16, 17; My 14-16; Jl 22; AgS 50; O 22; N 12; D 30.

Tax Accountability Amendment. Je 6-7: Jl 15.16; AgS 19; 29-30; O 28-29.

Tax delinquent property sales amendment: on ballot, O 28.

Veto, amendatory, D 14.

U.S. Constitution, Ap23: AgS 31; AgS 14-15; O 14; D 40.

Corrections, Department of Funding, Ap 12; Edgar. Jl 16: AgS 27, 28.

1990 Correctional Officer of the Year, AgS 80.

Insight into Corrections, Jl 48.

New director: McGinnis, Ja 28.

Prison overcrowding: a crisis. AgS 26-28.

Cosentino, Jerome, F 23-24; AgS 32.

County government

County economic/tax data, F 11,12; 27; Jl 10-11.

County executive: Will County's Adelman, AgS 44-46.

Fiscal Summary: Illinois County Government, O 33.

Illuminating local government. AgS 67.

Siting landfills, etc.. Ap 20-22; 28: My 7; 26; Je 33; AgS 54; 65.

County Officials, Illinois Association of, Mr 28.

DES: no redress, AgS 60-61.

DLL in the village: AgS 62.

Daley, Richard J., Ja 31; F 30-31; Mr ll; Je 42-43; AgS 8; 15; D 20.

Daley, Richard M.

African-American opposition, Jl 17.

Chicago rapid transit, Mr 6.

Chicago school board candidates, AgS 38.

Daley 'the manager,' Je 42-43.

1983 election: mayoral. My 30.

Health care summit, Je 17.

Lake Calumet Airport, AgS 76; N 32; D 18, 20.

McDome, AgS 49.

Spanish-American politics, Ja 18

Special Events Office: Osterman, Ap 38-39.

Temporary income tax hike, Ap 9.

Daniels, Lee A., F 11: Ap 11; Jl 40.

Day care (see Children & families).

Death penalty: first in 28 years, O 26-27.

Delta Initiatives: Lower Mississippi, O 33.

Del Valle, Miguel, Ja 16; 17, 18, 19; F 18.

Democrats

Bellwether state, F 9-10.

Chicago and Cook County (see Chicago & Cook County).

Elections (see Elections).

Fragmented political culture, My 23.

Leaders (indexed by name).

Legislature (see Legislature).

Patronage (see Patronage).

Redislricting (see Redistricting).

Development Authority, Illinois, O 17.

Dever, William E.: Chicago mayor, Jl 34-35.

Disabilities

A Guide for Parents of Children with Special Needs, Ja 38.

Jacksonville School for the Deaf, D 5.

Law Enforcement and the Disabled, Ja 38.

1990 Report to Congress, AgS 69.

School for the deaf: hearing impaired. My 31.

United Cerebral Palsy: [SPICE Project], AgS 77,80.

Voters with disabilities, growing clout, Ap 34.

Your Encounter with the Disabled, Ja 38.

Dickson Mounds; the dilemma of, D 21-25.

Domestic violence: Claiborne freed, Ap 30.

DuQuoin State Fair, F7; Jl 48.

Drugs & alcohol

Alcohol and drug abuse, F 6,7; Mr 12.

DUI in the village, AgS 62.

"Drug-Free Illinois," Ap 10.

Drug-Free Workplace Act, AgS 50.

Drug paraphernalia penalties, AgS 50.

"Drug Wars" and prisons, AgS 26.

DuPage County

Births to teen mothers 1988, Mr 22.

County Board elections, My 32.

County executive act, AgS 44.

Earth Day, Ap 32.

Per capita income, Jl 11.

1990 primaries. Jl 18.

Property tax base, F 11,12; Jl 10.

RTA. Mr 23, 24.

School buildings outmoded, N 22, 23.

A Study of Homeless Adolescents, D 33.

Taxes, Ap 8; My 32-33; Jl 7; 14; AgS 69.

Earth Day 1990, Ap 32; AgS 54.

Earthquakes, Ap 37; Je 36.

East St. Louis

Community college board. My 28.

Financial Advisory Authority, AgS 49; N 34.

Fiscal crisis, Mr 12-15: My 9; AgS 47, 49; N 34.

Labor history, Ja 31.

Riverboat gambling, AgS 49.

School buildings, N 22.

Teen pregnancies, Mr 20, 21.

Economic and Fiscal Commission, Illinois, F 20, 21; Mr 35; Ap 11,12;

Je 9; 28, 29; Jl 13; 14: AgS 55, 57; N35.

Economic Development Corp., Southwest Suburbs, Je 41.

Economy of Illinois

Economic downturn, AgS 55, 57. 12.

Edgar: 'Infrastructure': state's role, O 19.

Edgar v Hartigan on economic development, O 17-20.

Global economy, F 16; O 18,19.

The Illinois economy, F 9; 12; Mr 18-20; Jl 10-11; O 17-28.

Industries of the future, 0 20; N 14-17.

A Plan to Make the 1990s Illinois' Decade, D 33.

Regional approach: Franklin county, Mr 19-20.

Unemployment rates (see Labor Force).

Science and technology, N14-17.

Edgar, Jim

Abortion: campaign issue, Ap 8; 36.

Biography. AgS 23.

Capitol Complex, Ja 12,13,14,15.

Economic development, O 11; 17-20;

Education, 019,20,21-22. Gubernatorial campaign

Campaign themes and tactics, O 8-9; 10-11.

General election: Chicago's black wards, D 37.

Primaries, F 14-16; 23-24; Ap 36-37; Jl 17,18,19,21.

Redistricting: GOP hopes, AgS 10-12.

Literacy progams, AgS 21, 24; O 22, 25; N 28.

Mandatory auto insurance, Ja 38.

Pay raises for state officials? Je 31.

Properly tax cap, Jl 14; AgS 57; O 22.

Social services, AgS 20-22, 24; O 11.

State employees, Oil.

Tax accountability amendment, Jl 7; 15; O 29.

Taxes and state finances, Ap 8-9; My 36; Jl 7; 12-16; AgS 57; O 8-9; 10-11; 22; 29; N 10-12: D 6, 7.

Thompson. Gov. James R., 1977-1991, D 13,16.

Education, Illinois State Board of, Mr 10; 17; My 33; Jl 24; AgS 68; O 24, 25; 32; D 28.

Education, K-U

AIDS reporting: high school journalism contest, Ja 33.

Alliance of Essential Schools, F 26, 29; AgS 36, 38.

Asbestos in schools, Ja 27; N 22.

Business and education (see Business and education).

Chicago schools (see Chicago & Cook Coonty).

Collective bargaining (see Labor).

Computers in the classroom, O 22.

Consolidation, N 23.

Drug abuse and gangs in schools, O 21, 22.

Edgar on education, AgS 21, 22; O 19; O 21-22.

Enrollment, N 22.

Funding

Bonds [Quick, pass a new law!], Je 32.

Districts under financial supervision, Mr 15.

Edgar on education, Jl 16; O 22.

Education's inequities, Ja 8-9; My 14-16.

Equitable school funding, Mr 16-17; Jl 22.

Financing Illinois Schools in the 1990s: D 33.

Gov. James R. Thompson, 1977-1991, D 15.

Kentucky's education reform, Jl 22-24.

Pledges now: fiscal problems later, N 11,12.

Roller coaster ride for slate funding, Mr 10-11.

Southern Illinois 'rural ghetto,' Mr 19. Funding: suing the state

Constitutional issues, My 14-16; AgS 50.

Kentucky, Texas, Montana, My 14-16; Jl 22-24.

Lawsuit: Ja 8-9; Mr 16-17; My 14, 15, 16; Jl 22; AgS 50; N 12; D 30.

Governor's assistant for education, Ja 29-30.

Illinois schools: three different systems, O 21. Law:

Illinois School Law Survey 1990, O 33.

Literacy programs (see Literacy, adult).

Math and science

Argonne, teachers join forces, AgS 68.

Chicago Academy of Science's board, Jl 42.

Illinois teacher: McAuliffe educator, Jl 47.

Improving education, N 17.

Michael named outstanding young scientist, D 40.

Presidential awards, Ja 37-38.

Students chart Mississippi River quality, Ap 33.

Teens lauded for energy achievements, AgS 73, 77.

McHenry County Schools: recycling, AgS 72.

Measuring school performance, Jl 22, 23, 24; O 21; 22.

Multicultural education, D 31. Operation early start, O 22.

Parental involvement, Jl 24; AgS 35-39; O 22.

Piadia Program, AgS 35,36.

Preschool programs, F 6.

Project Pride wins national award, Je 43.

Rural Schools

Honors, Jl 45,47; AgS 77.

Leininger: rural education nets award, D 39.

Outmoded school buildings, N 22, 23.

Satellite TV [STAR School Program], Ja 19-20.

School boards: New Horizons, My 28.

School buildings, O 22; N 21-24.

School-community interaction, AgS 35-39; D 31.

School-family network, O 22.

State mandates, O 22.

Students

A;; Our Children Can Make the Grade, AgS 69.

Disabled students: access to education, Ap 34.

Fifth graders highlight air quality, Je 43.

High school students: Mississippi River, Ap 33, 35.

Michael named outstanding young scientist, D 40.

Preschool, F 6.

Teamwork in learning, D 31. Sullivan High School, AgS 35-39. TV in the classroom

Channel One [selling access to kids], Mr 8-9.

Satellite TV [STAR Program], Ja 19-20; Jl 45, 47. Teachers

All Our Children Can Make the Grade, AgS 69.

Argonne, teachers join forces, AgS 68.

Control over curriculum, O 22.

Evanston's Branch: Teacher of the Year, D 31.

Golden Apple awards, AgS 77; Correction, O 30.

McAuliffe award, Jl 47.

Minority teachers: scarce, D 31.

New Horizons for Local School Leaders, My 28.

Presidential awards, Ja 37-38.

Recruiting minorities for teaching, O 22.


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Tests

Edgar on education, O 21.

Kentucky School Reform plan, Jl 23-24. Vocational and Trade education, O 35.

Educational Labor Relations Board, O 32.

Eisendrath, Edwin, Mr 35.

Elections

Campaign funding/political action committees

Dependence on PACs, AgS 15.

Edgar's TV-spending, Ap 36.

Fair Campaign Practices Act, My 6.

Martin v Simon, O 14-16.

Special interest groups, N 8, 9.

Spending limits, N 8, 9.

Chicago & Cook County (see Chicago & Cook County). 1990 congressional [chronological]

Reynolds and Eisendrath: What chance? Mr 34-35.

Martin v Simon. Jl 27; O 13-16.

Same parties, new faces, realignments, D 8-10. 1990 General Assembly [chronological]

Primary elections: GOP and Democrats, F 23-24.

General Assembly; winners and losers, Ap 9.

Pullen v Mulligan, AgS 80: O 30; N 31-32.

Redistricling for '90s, AgS 10-12.

Voter apathy or disenchantment? N 8, 9.

Same parties, new faces, D 10. 1990 Governor [chronological]

GOP leadership: a primary challenge, F 14-16.

Primary elections: GOP and Democrats, F 23-24.

Primaries: Whither the tax revolt? Ap 8-9.

Primary polling: treacherous, Ap 36-37.

Tax accountability, Jl 7.

Taxes and state finances, Jl 12-16; O 17.

Primaries: Rumblings of revolt, Jl 17-21,

Redistricting for the 90s, AgS 10-12.

Welfare, health care, mental health, AgS 20-22, 24.

Low blows and hot air, O 8-9.

Public policy: the campaign, O 10-11.

Economic development, O 17-20.

Pledges now: fiscal problems later, N 10-12.

General election: messages, D 6-7; D 8-10.

1990 'other' statewide executives

Primary elections, F 23-24; Ap 9.

Primaries; rumblings of revolt, Jl 17-21.

Illinois' other executives, AgS 31-34.

Voter apathy or disenchantment? N 8.

Governors race: messages and miscalculations, D 6-7.

Edgar vote in black wards. D 37.

Bums: noshing through the neighborhoods, D 38-39.

1990 Illinois Supreme Court

Three justices, AgS 16-19; Jl 17, 21; D 10.

Presidential

Illinois as a bellwether [1860-1988], F 9-10.

Jackson's 1984 campaign, Mr 27.

Simon: 1988 presidential, O 13,14,16.

Primary elections

Changing primary date, N 8.

Declaring party affiliation, AgS 40-41.

Elections, F 14-16; 23-24; 30-31; Mr 34-35; Ap 8-9; 36-37; Jl 17-21.

Recounts

Pullen v Mulligan. AgS 80: O 30; N 31-32.

When to count 'irregular' ballots, N 31-32.

UI trustees, D 10. Voter apathy, Ja 35; N8-9.

Voter polls [chronological]

Treacherous business of primary polling, Ap 36-37.

Voting early, voting often [undecideds], My 30-31.

Cook county's two 'third parties,' D 36,37.

Elections, State Board of, Mr 29,31; N 34.

Elgin, Suburb or city? My 9-13; Je 10; O 24; N 22.

Employment Security, Department of, Ja 33; Mr 13; My 33; AgS 49; D28.

Energy and Natural Resources, Department of, Ja 35,37; Mr 31, 35;

Ap 18-19: AgS 66: D 39, 40.

Energy Assistance Act, AgS 66.

Energy conservation/education, Mr 31,35; AgS 73, 77; N 38, 40.

Enterprize Zones, Je 33, O 17.

Environmental issues come of age, Ap 13-16.

Environmental Protection Agency, Illinois, Ap 16; 17,18.19; 30; My 26; O 32.

Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, U.S. D 31.

Ethics, F 5; Mr 29.31: Campaign, My 6-7.

Export Council, Illinois, Je 36.

Export Development Authority Board, D 32.

Farm Bureau, Illinois, Jl 42; Mr 28-29.

Federal agencies (indexed by name).

Federal elections (see Elections).

Federal funding cuts, Ja 10,11; Je 33; 39; Jl 25-26, 44; O 17; 20; N 15, 16.

Federal Reserve Board, F 32; Ap 35,37.

Federal taxes (see Taxes).

Finances, state Accounting standards, AgS 71. Bonds

College savings bonds, Je 28, 29.

Rural bond bank, Je 35, 36.

School bonds [Quick, pass a new law!], Je 32. Budget [chronological order]

State of the State, F 4.

Thompson's precarious final budget, Ap 10-12.

Overspending crunch. Ap 11.

Thompson and legislators: budget deadlock, Je 8-9.

Biennial budgets, Jl 13.

Edgar and Hartigan, Jl 15-16; O 8-9.

Fiscal '91 compensations, AgS 55-57.

In pursuit of public policy, O 10-11.

Fiscal problems. N 10-12; 30-31.

Gov. James R. Thompson, 1977-1991, D 13-16.

Debt collection: State holds IOUs, D 29.

General funds balances Ja 6: F 8; Mr 6; Ap 6: My 3; Je 5; Jl 6; AgS 9; O 6; N 6; D 5.

Internal auditing programs, Jl 42.

Revenues and spending (chronological order).

General funds spending under Thompson, F 6.

1990 State of the State, F 6, 7.

Revenue plummets: Blip or trend?, F 20-21.

Six months' general funds: 1989 and 1990, F 20.

Expectations for natural revenue growth, F 21.

Revenue base growth, FY 1990, first half, F 21.

Roller coaster ride for state funding, Mr 10-11.

Thompson's precarious final budget, Ap 10-12.

Appropriations increases: by agency, Ap 10.

Overspending crunch, Ap 11.

Thompson's 'environmental challenge,' Ap 28.

Thompson and legislators: budget deadlock, Je 8-9.

Preserving services without tax increase, Je 9.

Lottery transfers, Je 9: N 30.

McDome': projected revenues for state, Je 30.

Biennial budgets. Jl 13.

Edgar and Hartigan: Jl 12-16; O 8-9.

Human services spending, AgS 20, 21, 22, 24.

Fiscal '91 compensations, AgS 55-57; O 8, 9.

Revenue estimates, AgS 55, 57.

New lotto game, AgS 55.

Appropriations: fiscal 1990-1991, AgS 56.

The Thompson Years, O 33; D 13,14.

Fiscal problems, N 10-12; 30-31. Road fund: compensations. AgS 55, 57.

Taxes(see Taxes).

Fiscal Control and Internal Auditing Act, Jl 42.

Flag art incident, Ap 23-25.

Flouridation, Ja 32-33.

Football: 100 years of, D 5.

Forest Resources in Illinois, N 35.

Forgery: Catching forged checks, Ap 29.

Franklin County: searching for future, Mr 18-20.

Fraud: Sundstrand fraud case, Mr 35.

G.D.Searle&Co., Je 41; Jl 43.

Gambling

Jones: contract to promote horse racing, Jl 14.

Legalized gambling, Mr 30-31; Je 30; AgS 49.

Lottery, Ja 35; Je 9; 0 32; AgS 57; N 30.

Predatory policy, Mr 30-31. Riverboat gambling, Mr 6; 30; My 27-28; AgS 49; 70.

Gaming Board, Illinois, My 27-28; AgS 70.

Gangs, My 11: O 21, 22,

Gender bias, F 17,18: Je 12-13; AgS 18; N 35.

Global warming, Ap 16; My 20-21; N 16.

Golden Corridor Government League, F 32.

Government: loss of faith, Ja 34,35.

Governmental Accounting Standards Board, AgS 71.

Governor

Executive power v state's other executives, AgS 31-34.

Thompson, James R. (see Thompson, James R.).

Governors, Board of, Ja 30.

Greylord, F 25-26; AgS 16, 17, 18.

Guardianship

Public Administrator/Public Guardian, Je 39; AgS 66; O 32; D 32, 33.

Cook County group: court for seniors, Ap 30, 32, 33.

Guardianship and Advocacy Commission, Ja 33; My 33; D 31-31

Gutierrez,Luis, Ja l6, 17, 18.

Harold Washington Party, Ap 37; Je 40, 41; AgS 10,11; 78-79; O 16; 37; Court case, D 7; 30; 36-37.

Hartigan, Neil F.

Attorney general (see Attorney general).

Capitol complex, Ja 15.

Commerce and Community Affairs, Jl 12; O 17; N 10,11.

Cook County judicial subdistricts, AgS 63; O 29.

Economic development, O 10,11; 17-20.

Education, O 21.

1990 gubernatorial campaign

General election. AgS 10-12; 0 8-9; 10-11; 016; D 6-7; 8-9; 37.

Primary elections, F 23-24; Jl 19.

Harold Washington Party, D 37.

Human services, AgS 20-22, 24; O 10-11.

Illinois Issues: complaint; response, O 17.

Pay hikes for state officials, Ja 26; Je 31.

State jobs, O 8, 9; 11.

Taxes and state finances, Ap 8-9; Jl 7; 12-16; AgS 24; O 8-9; 10-11; O 17; O 29; N 10-12.

Thompson, Gov. James, Jl 14-16; D 13. Toxic waste sites, D 18.

Hazardous Waste Research/Info Center, AgS 65.

Health care

Campaign issue, My 7.

Clinics: an alternative? AgS 58-60; Jl 39; N 13.

Community access, Ja 29; F 7; My 8-9; Jl 38-39; 48; AgS 20-22, 24; 58-60; 69; 35.

Cook County, Ja 29; F 7; My 8-9; Je 14-17; AgS 50; N 35.

DES: no redress, AgS 60-61.

Medical scholarships. My 8.

Mid-level practitioners, My 8; Je 14-17.

Nurse midwives and birthing centers, Je 15, 16, 17.

Prenatal and postnatal care, F 6; Mr 21,22; My 8-9; Je 14-17; Jl 38-39; AgS 20, 21, 22, 24; 58; 69; D 16.

Preferred provider partnerships, Je 17.

Prieto, Jorge: physician, Jl 38-39.

The Road to Better Health, AgS 69.

Rural, My 8-9; Je 14-17; Jl 48; AgS 22; 58-60; N 35.

Health Care Cost Containment Council,

Public Data Set, F 5; O 32; D 32.

Health Facilities Authority, Ja 33; My 33; O 31

Health insurance (see Insurance).

Healthy Kids Program, F 6.

Heartland Institute, AgS 68,70.

Hegewisch: endangered neighborhood? D 17-20.

Higher education Community colleges (indexed by name).

Community College Board, Ja 30; 31,33; AgS 80; O 40.

Literacy programs, O 23, 24, 25; N 19; D 28. Curricula, Ja 6.

Demographics. Ja 6; My 17-19, My 23-24.

Funding, Mr 10-11; 22, 23, 24.

Governance, My 23; Je 26.

International linkages, Ja 29; My 24; Ap 37.

Minorities

College enrollment: by race. My 19.

Recruiting students. My 23, 24.


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Scarcity of faculty, My 23.

Pensions: Sick leave payouts, AgS 42-43.

Private colleges and universities, My 24.

The overselling of college, O 34-35.

Research, My 23; N 14-17.

Student aid

Slate's college savings bonds, Je 28, 29.

Student Assistance Commission, Ja 35; My 33; O 33.

Student loan litigation: exclusive venue, D 30.

Teaching, My 23, 24; O 36, 37.

Tuition. Ja 6.

Higher Education, Board of, Ja 30; Mr 10, My 23; Je 36.

Highland Community College, D 28.

Highways

Toll highways, Ja 11; O 33.

Chicago-KC Tollway: correction: March 1990, Ja 11.

Central Illinois Expressway; I-39, F 7.

Roads and bridges, D 15.

Southern Illinois [The Delta Initiatives], O 33.

Thompson administration: F 7; D 15.

Hispanics

Chicago: Uptown, N 26, 27.

Diversity in Illinois, N 6.

Elections (see Elections).

Elgin, My 12

Health care, Je 15; Jl 38-39

Hegewisch, D 20.

Hispanic legislative district, AgS 11.

Latino poetry in Illinois. D 35.

Leaders, legislators, etc. (indexed by name).

Legislature (see Legislature).

Literacy programs, 0 24,25.

Redistncting, Ja l7,18; F 17-19; AgS ll.

School buildings, N 22.

School reform, AgS 37.

Spanish-American politics, Ja 16-18; AgS 11.

Underepresented in state government, N 38.

Historic Preservation Agency

Appointments: board, Je 36; AgS 66.

Devine steps down as IHPA director, D 32.

Illinois History in the Re-Making: A Guide, My 28.

Map Guide to Historic Illinois Places, F 5; Jl 48.

Preserving history: interests collide, Ja 24-25.

Saving Illinois' oldest residence, Mr 28.

Sites (indexed by name),

Historical Society, Illinois State, Ap 16; AgS 72-73; N 34.

Hoffman, Gene L, Ap 8; 9; My 32; Jl 22,24.

Hospitals

A. Lincoln Memorial Hospital, Lincoln, AgS 60.

Bethany Hospital, Chicago, Je 17.

Blue Cross: rebate from hospitals [Evanston], Ap 29.

Cook County Hospital, Chicago, Je 15,17; Jl 38,39; AgS 22.

Clinics; an alternative, AgS 21, 22, 24; 58-60.

Edgar and Hartigan, AgS 20, 22.

Herrin Hospital, AgS 58.

Memorial Hospital, Carbondale, AgS 58.

Provident Medical Center, Chicago, Je 17; 33, 35.

St. Ann's, Chicago, Je 17.

State trauma network, AgS 50.

U of Illinois Hospital, Chicago, Ja 11; Je 17.

Union Hospital, West Frankfort, AgS 59.

Housing

Affordable

Affordable Housing Trust Fund, Ja 29; N 34-35.

Affordable Housing Advisory Commission, Ja 28-29.

Uptown, N 25, 26, 27, 28.

SROs, N 27, 28.

Affordable housing projects: IHDA, N 34-35.

Federal low-income housing cuts, Je 39.

The Chicago Affordable Housing Fact Book, D 33.

Elgin: Suburb or city?, My 11, 12, 13.

Elderly: housing services [IHDA], Ja 30.

Gentrification: Uptown, N 25, 26, 27, 28.

HDD mortgage prepayments, N 28. Homelessness

Homeless Adolescents in DuPage County, D 3.

Housing and Urban Development, U.S. Department of, N 28.

Housing Development Authority, Illinois. Ja 28-29; 30; Quern, 33; My 31; N 34-35.

Housing the homeless, My 3; 31; AgS 20.

Howard, Robert P., Ja 38,

Human Rights Authority, O 30.

Human Rights Commission, Ja 33,35; F 22; My 33; Je 36.

Human Rights Department, D 31.

Illinois College, D 5.

Illinois Commerce Commission, O 40.

Illinois Issues Index

1989 Index, Je 19-26.1988 Index: Mr 1989,19-22.1987; Mr 1988, 21-24. 1986: Mr 1987,19-22.1985: Mr 1986, 23-26.1984: Mr 1985,23-26. 1983: Ap 1984, 23-26.1982: Ap 1983, 21-25. 1981: Mr 1982,19-22. 1980: Mr 1981,19-20, 25-26.1979; Mr 1980, 17-20.1978: Mr 1979, 17-20.1977 & 1976: Mr 1978,17-28.1975: Ja 1976, i-iv; Jl 1975, i-iv; Ap 1975, i-iv.

Illinois Issues Roster 1990 Illinois Issues Roster, F [Insert], 30 pages.

1989 (insert). Ap (35 pp.); 1988, F (insert); 1987, Ap (insert); 1986 Roster, F 13-38.

Illinois State Fair, F 7; Jl 48.

Illinois State Museum: Dickson Mounds, D 21-25.

Illinois State University, Mr 16-17.

Illinois Student Assistance Commission, My 33; D 30.

Industrial Commission, Illinois, Je 35.

Infant mortality (see Children & Families).

Ingersoll Prize winners feted, D 40.

Initiatives & referenda Statewide (see Constitution). Local referenda

County executive, AgS 44; 46

Hegewisch: Calumet Airport, D 20.

School construction, property tax, N 22.

Insurance, Department of, Mr 31.

Insurance

Autombile: mandatory, Ja 38, Mr 6; AgS 19.

Health

Blue Cross: rebate from hospitals, Ap 29.

Comprehensive Health Insurance Program, F 29; Je 8, 9; AgS 66; O 30.

Illinoisans without health insurance, AgS 20.

Long-Term Care Insurance in Illinois. AgS 69.

No-frills, AgS 50.

Preferred provider partnerships, Je 17.

State employee: payment cutback, AgS 55.

Universal health care. My 7.

Intelligence Oversight Board, U.S., My 36.

Jackson, Jesse, Mr 27; 35; O 16; 37.

Japan, Niigata, Ja 29; Diamond-Star subsidies, F 5; O 17, 20; D 15.

Jazz, Chicago: a dream followed, Jl 33.

Job Training Coordinating Council, AgS 66.

lobs and job training

Coalmining, Ja 22; Mr 18-19.

Doorway to Jobs: Job Training in Illinois, F 5.

Fighting Poverty in Cities [job transportation programs], My 28.

Future labor demand, Ja 38; My 17-19.

lob training programs, F 5; Jl 48; AgS 21, 22, 24; 45, 46; 66; D 32.

Jobs: Hartigan and Edgar, O 17-20.

Jobs: people with disabilities, Ap 34.

Literacy programs (see Literacy, adult).

New TIF uses proposed, Je 27.

1990 State of the State. F 5.

Prairie State 2000 Authority, O 30; D 32.

Public employees (see Public employees).

Southern Illinois: Franklin County, Mr 18-20.

Transportation programs. My 28.

Unemployment (see Labor force).

Vocational schools, O 34-35.

Will County federal job training funds, AgS 45, 46.

Will County Private Industry Council, AgS 45,46.

The Judiciary

Appointments, Ja 35; F 29,31; Mr 26; Ap 33; Je 41; AgS 65; 66, 68; O 33, 35; N 38; D33.

Alternative dispute resolution, AgS 18.

Attorney discipline

A new code for lawyers, Ap 29.

Attorney discipline, AgS 16,17,18,19; N 32.

Lawyer-lawmaker conflict: Vrdolyak, Jl 41.

Lawyers shall not steal, AgS 60.

Attorneys Public defenders, AgS 18.

Raise for state's attorneys, Mr 25.

Reciprocity [out-of-state attorneys], Ja 28.

Lawyers' advertising, O 29.

Lawyers: certification, O 29.

Auditor general: conflict with, AgS 17,18.

Court backlogs, AgS 16.

Cook County: court for seniors, Ap 30, 32-33.

Dissent, role of in the courts. AgS 19.

Death penalty (see Death penalty).

Gender and race bias, F 17; AgS 18;

Gender Bias in the Courts, N 35.

Greylord (see Greylord).

Judicial rulings, Ja 27-28; F 22; Mr 25; Ap 29; My 26-27; Je 32; Jl 41; AgS 60,62-63; O 29; N 31-32; D 30.

Legal needs of the poor, Ja 10-11.

Lobbying by the Supreme Court, AgS 18; AgS 63.

Merit selection, F 17-19; Je 12; AgS 18,19; 62; D 15.

Miranda warning, F 22.

Pay hikes, (see State employees).

Pretrial program: Cook County, AgS 55. put with trials

Redistricting (see Elections).

Supreme court sessions in Cook County, AgS 17.

Trials

Exclusionary rule, Mr 25.

Hearsay evidence: taking the fifth. My 27.

Informants absent from trial, Mr 25.

Jury composition, Mr 25.

Pretrial program: funding, AgS 55.

Right to bench trial, My 26-27.

Speedy trial: How soon? Jl 41

Spouse: testifying against, Je 32.

State's challenges of judge. AgS 60.

U.S. Supreme Court (see Supreme Court, U.S).

Voting rights cases (see Redistricting).

Kennedy-King Community College, O 24,25; N 19.

Kiley, Anne, Je 43.

Kusper, Stanley, Ap 9; 36-37; 40,41; Jl 20, AgS 78, 79.

Labor

Collective bargaining

Community organizations and unions. AgS 8.

Educational labor relations: appointments, O 32.

Illinois labor: 1945-1980, Ja 31.

Illinois labor unions: the 1990s, AgS 8-9.

'Information' includes medium: employee lists, Jl 41.

Organizing in state universities, AgS 9.

Pittston coal strike. AgS 9.

Qualifying for collective bargaining, Je 32.

Revealing bargaining strategies. Ja 27-28.

Salary hikes for unionized state workers, Ap 12.

Work Stoppages in Southern Illinois, Mr 29. Jobs and job training (see Jobs & job training). History

The Affluent years 1945-1980, Ja 31.

Pullman strike, Je 5, N33.

Racketeering, Ja 31.

Literacy programs (see Literacy, adult).

Public employees (see Public employees).

Workplace safety, N 13. Unions (indexed by name).

Labor force

An Economic Perspective: Illinois' Labor Force, Ja 38.

Franklin County, Mr 18, 19, 20.

Future labor demand and supply, My 17-19.

Ninety for the '90s [aging], AgS 69.

Work Stoppages in Southern Illinois, Mr 29.

Unemployment and labor force statistics, Ja 6; F 8; Mr 6; Ap 6; My 3; Je 5;

Jl6; AgS9; O 6: N 6; D 5.

LaRouche, Lyndon,F23-.AgS 30,34.

Lederman, Leon, My 33; N 14-17.

Legislature

Annual sessions, Jl 9.

Black caucus, Ja 18; F 16-18; Mr 15.


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Finances, state (see Finances, state).

Full-time legislators, Jl 9.

Legislators (indexed by name).

Pay hikes (see State employees).

Redistricting (see Redistricting).

Revenues and spending (see Finances, state).

Role of legislator, Jl 9.

1990 spring session: not all shelved, AgS 47, 49-50.

1990 State of the State, F 6-7.

Suburban agenda, Mr 23.

Republican control of, AgS 10.

Republicans'steal' the Senate, D 14.

Taxes (see Taxes),

Liability

Architects'malpractice, Jl 41.

Asbestos companies, Ja 27.

Contributions act: Loophole? N 31.

Medical malpractice: cap, My 7; 8; AgS 12.

Medical malpractice: contributions act, N 31.

Medical malpractice: right to die, AgS 52-53.

Medical malpractice: statute of limitations, AgS 62.

Negligence: walking into posts, Je 32.

Punitive damages, N31.

Law Enforcement and the Disabled, Ja 38.

Libertarians, AgS 30.

Libraries, O 24; Jl 6.

Lieutenant governor Constitutional offices. AgS 31-34. 1990 election campaign

Bums, Jim, AgS 31.

Kustra, Robert, AgS 31. Rural Health Task Force, My 8-9; Je 15. Ryan, Lt. Gov. George (see Ryan, George).

Lincoln, Abraham, Jl 27-29; 30; 31-32.

Lincoln Academy awards, My 36.

Lincoln Land Community College, Ap 37.

Literacy, adult

Adult illiteracy: a stumbling block. O 23-25.

Family and workplace programs, D 26-28.

Seamon: national literacy efforts, F 32.

A student-teacher case study, N 18-20.

Literature

Authors (indexed by name).

Chicago realistic novel, N 33.

Ghost stories, O 6.

Poetry, My 36; D 35.

Short stories. Je 34-35.

State library frieze: 35 Illinois authors, Jl 6.

Local government (see County government).

Lottery (see Gambling).

Low-level radioactive waste

Alleged report altering], Ap 21: Je 33.

Panel: low-level waste site, AgS 65.

States search for disposal sites, Ap 20-22.

State compacts, Ap 20, 21.

Madigan, Michael J.

Chicago teachers' pay, AgS 47.

East St. Louis: aid, AgS 47,48.

Homestead exemption increase, AgS 57.

Illinois economy, F 7.

Income tax surcharge: past battles, Jl 15.

Payhikes and COLAs, Jl 40.

Property tax: hot potato, F 11.

Tax Accountability amendment, AgS 29; O 29.

Temporary income tax increase, F 11; 15.

Thompson, Gov. 1977-1991, D 14, 16.

Thompson's final budget, Ap 10,11.

Mandatory sentences, AgS 26, 27, 28.

Miranda warning, F 22.

Manufacturers' Association, Illinois, Ap 15; 28; 35; Jl 24.

Manufacturing

Industries of the future. O 20; N 14-17.

Small companies: 'TEAM' centers, O 19, 20.

Status of, O 17,18; D 18,19.

Martin, Lynn: senate campaign, F 23; Jl 20, 21; 27; O 13-16.

Martinez, Ben, Ja l6,17
Mass Transit

RTA, PACE, METRA, CTA, Mr 6; 23-24; O 30; 33; D 19, 20.

Mass Transit in the Midwest, O 33.

McCormick Place, Mr 23; Je 30; AgS 47, 49, 50; 55.

Media

AIDS reporting: high school journalism contest, Ja 33.

Channel One: selling access to school kids, Mr 8-9.

Appointments

Governor's press secretaries, Ja 29-30; Ap 30.

I1CC public information, O 40.

Professional Regulation PIO: Manning, My 31. Bellwether state: Illinois, F 9-10. 1990 campaign coverage (chronological).

Campaign puddles [misleading campaigning], My 6-7.

Election coverage: Illinois as bellwether. F 9-10.

Gubernatorial: low blows and hot air, O 8.

Illinois Issues: Hartigan tax stance. O 17.

Martin v Simon: tactics v issues, O 13-16.

Voter apathy or disenchantment? N 8-9. Censorship (see Censorship).

Freedom of Information Act:'includes medium,' Jl 41.

Journalism Scholarship Program, Jl 48.

Objectivity: the press, AgS 40-41.

Recycled paper mandatory, Ap 14; AgS 54.

Science coverage. N 16,17.

Medicaid

Budget: state payments, Ap 11,12; AgS 55, 57; N 11.

Fiscal '91 compensations, AgS 55, 57.

Health care improvement. My 8; Je 17; AgS 20.

Preferred provider partnerships, Je 17.

Thompson. Gov. James R., 1977-1991. D 16.

Medical waste: keeping track, Ap 30.

Medicare, My 8; Je 17.

Mental Health and Developmental Disabilities, Department of Appointments: F 26; Mr 31; Je 10; Jl 42-43.

Budget: Ap 12; Je 8; AgS 22.

Commission to revise mental health code, AgS 22; N 12.

Community-based care, Ag 20-22, 24.

Designing Group Mental Health Benefits. Mr 29.

DMHDD facilites: federal court ruling. My 25; Je 10.

DMHDD staff: court recommendations, Ap 12; My 25; Je 8; Hartigan, AgS

21, 22. Edgar v Hartigan: human services, AgS 20-22, 24.

Mining Board, State, Je 36.39; AgS 66.

Minorities (see Race & ethnicity).

Museums

Cedarhurst [Mitchell Art Museum], Ap 6.

Chicago Field Museum: Charles Frankel award, F 32.

Chicago Museum of Contemporary Art. Ap 24,25.

Chicago Museum of Science and Industry, AgS 77.

Decatur Art Center, Ap 24, 25.

School of the Art Institute, Ap 23, 24, 25.

Native Americans

Chicago's Uptown, N 27.

The dilemma of Dickson Mounds, D 21-25.

Preserving history: when interests collide, Ja 24-25.

Ul: Chief llliniwek controversy, O 14.

Worlds of difference, N 6.

Natural Resources and Conservation Board, Ja 35.

Nature Preserves Commission, D 32.

Navy Pier marina, Je 9; AgS 47, 49.

Netsch, Sen. Dawn Clark, F 23, 24; Ap 9; 15; My 16; Jl 19, 20, 21; AgS 32, 33.

Northern Illinois University, My 23.

Northeastern Illinois Planning Commission, AgS 66.

Northwestern University, AgS 68.

Nuclear Safety, Department of, Ap 20-22; Je 33; AgS 65.

Noland, N. Duane. My 27.

Nursing homes, Ap 11,12; Je 8; Jl 45; AgS 22.

Ohio River Valley Sanitation Commission, Je 39.

Open meetings, Ja 27-28.

Parents Too Soon, Mr 21-22; 35.

Parks, recreation & tourism

Chicago special events office: Osterman, Ap 38-39.

Events, parks and sites (indexed by name).

Franklin County and southern Illinois, F 20.

Illinois History in the Re-Making: A Guide to Special events at State-0wned Historic Sites. 1990. My 28.

Land aquisition, Ap 16; D 32.

Map Guide to Historic Illinois Places, F 5.

Preserving history: when interests collide, Ja 24-25.

Saving Illinois' oldest residence, Mr 28.

Parole, AgS 66.

Patronage

Political parties: Rutan et al, AgS 14-15.

Springfield. Chicago. Cook County. AgS 46.

Stratton, William G., Ap 26-27.

Thompson. James R. AgS 14-15; D 12, 16.

Peace dividend, Je 39.

Penal Law: International Association, Ja 35.

Pensions

Municipal retirement funds, Ja 37; Mr 12,13.

Sick leave payouts: state universities, AgS 4243.

Phelan, Richard J., Ap 9; 36-37; 40-41; My 30, 31; Jl 18, 20; AgS 78-79.

Philip, James "Pate"

Auto emission testing, AgS 54.

Chicago teachers' pay, AgS 47.

Property tax: hot potato, F 11.

Thompson's final budget, Ap 10-12.

Wolff, Paula, Je l3.

Pincham, Eugene, Ap 9; 36-37; My 30, 31 Je 40, 41; Jl 17, 20; AgS 78, 79.

Pollution Control Board, Ap 16.

Population trends

Aging of population

Illinois population groups: age projections. My 18.

Ninety for the '90s [aging demographics], AgS 69.

Census. U.S., Ja 17.18; Mr 26; Jl 46-47.

Chicago and suburbs. Mr 29; Jl 18: AgS 10,11.

County demographic, economic, tax data, F 11-13; Jl 10-11.

Diversity (see Race & ethnicity),

Immigration, N 25-28; My 18; N 6.

Labor force (see Labor force).

Rural flight: Franklin County, Mr 18.

Poverty

The Delta Initiatives: Lower Mississippi, O 33.

Chicago and Cook County, Ja 10; Mr 21.22; My 9; 28; Je 15,17; Jl 38, 39; AgS 8: N 25, 27, 28; D 33.

Disappearing middle class, My 19.

DuPage County, Mr 22; D 33.

East St. Louis. Mr 12, 13, 14, 15.

Education's inequities, Ja 8-9.

Elgin, My 11,12, 13.

Fighting Poverty in Cities, My 28.

Franklin County: searching for a future, Mr 18-20.

Health manpower shortage areas, My 8, 9.

Illinois poverty rates. Ja 10.

Legal needs of the poor, Ja 10-11.

Poor people: a "suspect" class? My 14, 15.

Poverty: problem of children in trouble, Je 38-39.

Race, Ja l0; Je 38.

Student loan default litigation, D 30.

Teen pregnancies: poverty cycle. Mr 22.

Prairie State 2000 Authority, O 30; D 32.

Prieto, Jorge, Jl 38-39.

Prisoner Review Board, AgS 66.

Prisons, F 7; Mr 19; Ap 12: My 7; Je 8; AgS 16; Overcrowding crisis 26-28; O 22; N 12.

Probation

Defendant can't request revocation. My 26.

Funding, AgS 28.

Professional Regulation, Department of, Ja 37; F 29; My 27; 31;

Je 15.16; 39; AgS 56: O 40.

Public Aid, Department of

Child support payments, D 29.

Healthy Kids Program, F 6.

Overpayments. D 29.

Parents Too Soon, Mr 21.

Project Chance. AgS 21 ; D 16.

Project Pride, Je 43.

Public aid grant increase, Je 8; 38; D 16.


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Public Service, Commission on the Future of, N 38.

Public aid & welfare

Edgar v, Hartigan on welfare, AgS 20-22, 24.

Franklin County, Mr 19.

Health care (see Health Care).

Medicaid (see Medicaid).

Overpayments, D 29.

Poverty (see Poverty).

Programs, F6; Mr 21; Je 43; AgS 21; D 16.

Public employees

Chicago teachers': pay, pensions, AgS 47.

Collective bargaining (see Labor).

Edgar hiring freeze, Jl 13.

Government, loss of faith, Ja 35.

Minorities, N 38.

Patronage (see Patronage)

Payhikes for state officials, Ja 26; Mr 25; Ap 12; Je 31; Jl 8-9; 40; AgS 19; D 14.

Pensions (see Pensions).

Public service: improve image of, N 38.

Sick leave cash payouts, AgS 42-43.

Slate employee health insurance. AgS 55; N 11.

State employee suggestions. AgS 71.

Public Health, Department of Appointments, Je 39; AgS 70; N 32.

Medical waste. Ap 30.

Mid-level health practitioners, Je 15.

Parents Too Soon, Mr 21.

Turnock leaves Public Health, N 32.

Public Service, Commission on. N 38.

Quad-Cities Economic Development Authority, AgS 66.

Quinn, Patrick

Primary elections, F 23, 24; Ap 9.

Tax Accountability Amendment, AgS 29, 30.

Treasurer race, F 24; Ap 9; Jl 20, 21; AgS 32, 34.

Race & Ethnicity

Gov's assistant for minority affairs: Miles, F 32.

Census (see U.S. 1990 census).

Chicago elections (see Chicago & Cook County).

Civil war, Jl 27-29; 30; 31-32.

Diversity

Atlas of Chicago Politics, N35.

Bellwether state, F 9-10.

Chicago's Uptown, N 25-28.

Elgin: Suburb or city? My 10,12.

Future labor supply, My 17-19.

Illinois minority groups, percent growth in population and laborforce projections, My 18.

Worlds of difference, N 6.

Labor force (see Labor force).

Higher education (see Higher education).

Judiciary (see Redistricting).

Poverty (see Poverty).

Purging minorities from voting roles, Ja 18.

Racial and ethnic groups (indexed by name).

Racial litmus test: Cook County Dems. F 30-31.

Union movement. AgS 8,9.

Voting Rights Act (see Redistricting).

Racing Board, O 32-33.

Radon; Reduction of Indoor Radon, Ap 33.

Railroads. Mr 6; AgS 70.

Recycling

Corporate recycling, AgS 71-72.

Economic development. Ap 17,18, 19; AgS 69; O 20.

Environmental Challenge Program, Ap 10; 28; AgS 54.

Efforts to save landfill space. Ap 17-19: AgS 54.

Environmental issues come of age, Ap 14, 15,1 6.

The Garbage Dilemma: A Community Guide, O 33.

Grants, Ap 18-19.

Lead batteries, Ap 18.

Newspapers: recycled paper mandatory, AgS 54.

Mime to Waste: Economic Benefits from Recycling, AgS 69.

Paper. Ap 19; AgS 54; O 35.

Plastics, Ap 15,16; O 35.

Pollution Prevention Awards, Jl 43, 45.

Solid Waste Management Act, Ap 14; Ap 17-19; O 35.

1990 State of the State, F 4, 5; F 6, 7.

Tires, Ap 18; AgS 73.

Yard wastes: composting, Ap 18, 19.

Redistricting Chicago

Court-ordered ward remaps, Ja 17, 18.

Congressional districts, Mr 35.

Redistricting for the '90s, AgS 10-12.

Spanish-American politics, Ja 16,17,18; AgS 11.

Cook County judicial districts

Appellate court subdistricts, F 17-19; AgS 62-63; O 29.

Circuit judges: elections from single districts, Ja 18; F 17-19; court rulings, AgS 62-63; O 29.

Judges: race and gender, F 17, O 29.

3rd District appellate judgeships, AgS 62, 63.

Voting Rights Act, Ja 18; F 18; AgS 62-63; O 29.

Redistricting for the -90s, AgS 10-12.

Regents.Board of, Ja 30.

Regional Transportation Authority, Mr 23-24; O 33.

Rehabilitation Services, Department of, Ap 34; My 31.

Republicans

Bellwether state, 9-10.

Cook County Republicans, AgS 78-79; D 36-37.

Elections (see Elections).

Fragmented political culture. My 23.

GOP conservatives, Jl 17, 21.

COP leadership in the '90s, F 14-16.

Leaders (indexed by name).

Legislature (see Legislature).

Patronage (see Patronage).

Political parties as organizations [GOP], O 31.

Redistricting (see Redistrcting).

Republican State Central Committee, F 14-16.

Research and development, N 14-17.

Revenue, Department of, Ja 26; My 28; Je 18,27; 39; AgS 57; N 11.

Reynolds, Mel, Mr 34-35.

Right to die

Living wills and power of attorney, AgS 51.

Legislature, court, Ja 27; AgS 51-53; 63; 0 29.

Rock, Philip J

Chicago teachers' pay, AgS 47.

Chicago's Spanish American politics, Ja 18.

Clinics: An alternative to hospitals? AgS 58, 59.

Income tax surcharge. F 15; Jl 15.

Pay hikes: 'No': COLAs 'yes', Jl 8; 40.

Republicans 'steal' the Senate, D 14.

Thompson's precarious final budget, Ap 10.

Rockford Institute, Mr 31.

Roosevelt University, D 27, 28.

Ryan, George

1990 general elections: executive offices, AgS 32.

Lt. Gov's press secretary: Murphy, AgS 70.

1990 primary elections, F 23,24; Jl 21.

Rural Health Task Force, My 8-9; Je 15.

Savage, Gus. Mr 34.

Savings & loans, AgS 8; O14,15,16.

Science: Illinois' first science advisor, N 14-17.

Science: National Medal of Science, Ja 38.

Scientist awards; youth, Ja 37; D 40.

Sears, Roebuck and Co., Ja 36; F 24; O 20.

Secretary of State

Constitutional offices, AgS 31-34.

Edgar, Jim (see Edgar, Jim).

Literacy programs, AgS 21, 24; O 22, 25; N 28.

Mandatory auto insurance, Ja 38; Mr 6; AgS 18,

Ryan. George (see Ryan, George).

Service Employees International Union, AgS 8.

Sexual assualt

Evaluation and treatment, Mr 26, 28.

Sexual assault laws, AgS 26.

Rape shield constitutional, Mr 25.

Simon, Paul

Abortion, O 16.

Balanced budget amendment, O 14.

Clean Air act, O 16.

Flag burning, O 14.

Jesse Jackson, 016.

Mid-level health care practitioners, Je 16.

National literacy act, O 25.

Persian Gulf war, O 13,16.

1990 primary elections, F 23; Jl 21.

The press: objectivity, AgS 40-41.

1990 senatorial campaign

Campaign, Jl 20, 21 ; Jl 27; O 13-16.

Simon v. Martin: debate, Jl 27; O 14.

S & L loan default; Ballis, O 14, 15, 16; 37; N 8.

Solid waste

Available Disposal Capacity: Solid Waste, Ap 33.

The eclipse of Earth Day: 1990 spring session, Ap 28.

Environmental Challenge Program, Ap 10; 28; AgS 54.

The Garbage Dilemma: A Community Guide, O 33.

Household hazardous wastes to be collected, O 32.

Incinerators, Ap 28; AgS 54.

Landfill siting, Ap 28; My 7; AgS 54.

Medical waste: keeping track, Ap 30.

Solid Waste Management Act, Ap 14; Ap 17-19; O 35.

Solid waste management conference, O 35.

1990 State of the State, F 4, 5; F 6, 7.

Tires, Ap 18; AgS 73.

Waste reduction, Ap 28; Jl 43, 45; AgS 54.

Solid Waste Management Association, Ap 18, 19.

Solis, Danny, AgS 37.

Soliz, Juan, Ja l6, 17

Solovy Commission, AgS 17.

Southern Illinois University

Board of Trustees: D'Esposito, Ja 30.

Chancellor Pettit: on issues, My 22-24.

Coal research, Ja 22-23; Mr 18.

Japan: SIU campus in Niigata, Ja 29.

Law school dean. My 33.

Naturalist Mohlenbrock retires [SIU-C], AgS 80.

Russo wins Guggenheim, Jl 48.

Southwest Suburbs Economic Development Corp, Je 41.

Special districts, F 27.

Springfield

Capitol complex, Ja 12-15.

Earth Day 1990: Celebrate the earth, Ap 31

GOP primary politics, Jl 18, 19, 20.

Housing: Vorhees Development, N 35.

Lawrence Adult Center: literacy, D 26-28.

Patronage ruling, AgS 14.

Power games, AgS 46.

Property tax base, F 12; Jl 11.

Redistricting, AgS 11.

STAR School Program, Ja 19-20; Jl 45.

State Capitol Complex, Ja 12-15.

State Community College, Mr 15; My 28.

Stratton, Gov. William G., Ap 26-27; AgS 12.

Student Assistance Commission, Illinois, Ja 35; My 33; Je 28-29; O 33; D 30.

Sullivan High School, AgS 35-38.

Superconducting Super Collider, N 16.

Supreme Court, U.S.

Abortion, AgS 47.

Conservative trend, AgS 16.

Death penalty, O 26, 27.

Exclusionary rule, Mr 25.

Flag desecration, Ap 21.

Harold Washington Party, D 30.

Patronage, AgS 14-15.

Right to die, AgS 53.

Surface Mining Advisory Council, My 33.

Tax Accountability Amendment, Ap 8; Je 6-7; Jl 15,16; AgS 19; 29-30;

Off ballot, O 28-29.

Tax increment financing. Je 18,27.

Taxes Anti-tax sentiment

Anti-tax Republicans: Baer, F 14, 15, 16.

Income tax surcharge, Ap 8,9; My 7; Jl 12, 13, 16; AgS 50; 57; O 8, 9; 10,11;

Low blows and hot air, O 8-9.

The party primaries: Rumblings, Jl 19, 21.


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In pursuit of public policy: the campaign, O 10-11.

Tax Accountability Amendment, Je 6-7; AgS 19; 29-30; Off ballot, O 28-29.

Tax revolt? [Hartigan], Ap 8-9; [incumbents], Ap 10; [Edgar-Baer] Ap 36.

Tax 'revolting' time in DuPage, My 32-33.

Thompson's precarious final budget, Ap 10,11,12.

Car rentals and hotel rooms, AgS 50.

Chicago and Cook County tax base, F 11,12; Jl 10, 11.

Circuitbreaker, F 13; Ap 11; AgS 55, 57; N 11.

Defaulted taxes: $3.5 billion in IOUs, D 29.

Farmland assessment, F 12; Mr 18,19.

Federal income tax

Great-grandfather of the 1040, Je 5.

Tax Reform Act of 1986, Je 38, 39.

Federal unemployment insurance taxes, AgS 48.

Homestead exemption, F 13; AgS 57; N 11.

Local income tax, F 13; N 12.

Property taxes

Assessments, F 11-13; 27; Mr 19; Jl 10.

Base, F 11-13; Jl 10-11.

1977 Cook County property tax revolt, AgS 30.

The DuPage County Burden [property taxes], AgS 69.

Edgar's proposed cap, AgS 57.

Education's inequities, Ja 8, 9.

Father of the state property tax, Je 5.

Property Tax Appeal Board, Je 39,

Referenda for school construction. N 22.

Relief, reform and limits, F 11-13; F 27; Je 7; Jl 14, 15, 16; AgS 45, 46; 50; 57: O 10-11; N 12.

Will county tax assessment reform, AgS 45, 46.

Real estate transfer tax: parks, affordable housing, Ap 16.

Regressive taxation: poverty and children, Je 38.

Revenues (see Finances, state).

Rural tax base, F 11-12; Mr 18,19; Jl 10-11; 14; O 11.

Sales taxes

Cigarette tax proposal, Ap 11; AgS 55

Defaulted, D 29.

Farm machinery exemption, O 9.

Father of the state sales tax, Je 5.

Long distance calls proposal, Ap 11; AgS 55

One-time speedup: tax on liquor, Ap 11; AgS 55.

Out-of-state business purchases, Ja 26.

RTA sales tax.Mr 23, 24.

Revenues, F 20-21; Je 9; AgS 55; N 12; 30.

Sales tax on Illinois coal outside state, O 29.

Sales tax system: more consistent, Ja 26.

Social Security tax, Je 38, 39.

State Income tax

Check-off, My 3.

Father of lllinois 'income tax, Je 5.

Income tax surcharge, F 13; Ap 8, 9; My 7; Jl 12, 13, 16; AgS 50; 57; O 8, 9; 10, 11; N 10-12.

Revenues, F 20-21; Je 9; AgS 57; N 12; 30.

Seniors: double personal exemption, F 13; Je 8. Suburban tax base, F 11,12; Jl 10;

Tax accountability amendment, Ap 8; Je 6-7; Jl 15; AgS 19; Tobin, 29-30;

Off ballot, O 28-29.

Tax administrators award, AgS 80.

Tax amnesty: Gov's final budget, Ap 11; AgS 55.

Tax Increment Funding, Je 18, 27.

Taxpayers Bill of Rights: ombudsman, Jl 42.

Tobacco tax, F 16; 20, 21; D 14.

Utility taxes, F 20; Je 9; N 30; D 14.

Teenagers (see Children and families)

Thompson, Gov. James R. Amendatory veto

Chicago teachers pensions, Ags 47.

Drug paraphenalia, AgS 50.

Family leave, Ags 24.

Rag desecration, Ap 23.

Gov. James R. Thompson, 1977-1991, D 14, 15.

Satellite TV for rural schools, Ja 20.

Appointments Ja 28-30, 33, 35; F 26, 32; Mr 26; Ap 30, My 27, 28, 31, 32; Je 33, 35-36, 39; Jl 42; AgS 65-66; O 30, 32; N 14-17; 32, 34; 31, 32-33.

Quality of, D 16. Paula Wolff, Jell-13.

Budget (see Finances, state).

Build Illinois, Cabinet and staff Assistant for education, Ja 29-30.

Assistant for minority affairs: F 32.

Assistant press secretary, Ja 29-30.

Bray follows Fields; Bosch follows Bray, Ap 30.

Cabinet, staff continue to change, F 26.

Wolff, Paula, Jell-13.

Capitol Complex, Ja 12, 13, 14, 15.

Chanute Airforce Base: United Airlines, Je 33.

[N] Chicago teachers' pay/pensions, AgS 47.

Class X, AgS 26; D 15.

Clean air act, Ja 21, 22, 23.

Comiskey Park, D 15.

Commerce and Community Affairs, Department of, F 4; 7; 20; Mr 18; Jl 14, 16; O 18, 20; N 10, 11; D 15.

Death penalty, O 26, 27.

Diamond Star, D 15.

Dickson, Mounds, D 21, 22, 23.

Domestic violence: Claiborne pardon, Ap 30.

Drug paraphenalia fine, AgS 50.

Earthquake Preparedness Task Force, Ja 7; Je 36.

East St. Louis, Mr 12, 13, 15.

Education funding (see Education K-12).

Environmental Challenge Program, Ap 10; 28.

Rag desecration, Ap 23.

Global economy, F 16.

Hartigan, Neil, AgS 34.

Health care. F 7; My 9; Je 17.

Higher education. My 22; 23; Je 28, 29.

Hospital closings, D 16.

Human services record, F 4-5; 6-7; AgS 20, 21, 22, 24; D 15-16.

Illinois-Niigata, Japan, Ja 29.

Industrial Commission [workers' comp reform], Je 35.

Infant mortality, D 16.

Lederman, Leon: science advisor, N 14, 15.

Legislature, D 14-15.

Mandatory sentences, AgS 26.

McDome, AgS 47, 49.

Medicaid payments, D 16.

Medical waste, Ap 30.

Parents Too Soon, Mr 21, 22.

Patronage, AgS 14-15; D 12, 16.

Pay hikes for state officials, Ja 26; Je 31; Jl 8; D 14.

Prisons, AgS 26-28; D 15.

Science Advisory Commission, Governor's, N 14, 15, 16.

Sears, Roebuck and Co., D 15.

Sexual assault laws, AgS 26.

Solid Waste, F 4-5; 7; 16; Ap 10; 13, 14; 28.

State finances (see Finances, state).

1990 State of the State address, F 4-5; 6-7.

Task forces, Ja 7; My 23; Je 36; D 15, 16.

Taxes (see Taxes).

Thompson proposition, D 15.

Thompson, 1977-1991, F 6-7; F 14-16; 23, 24; O 33; N 12; D 12-16.

Welfare grants, D 16.

Zimmerman site. Ja 24-25.

Tobin, Jim: fighting taxes, AgS 29-30; O 29.

Toll Highway Authority, Illinois State, O 33.

Tourism (see Parks, Recreation, Tourism).

Toxic waste

Cleanups, Ap 28.

Farm chemicals, Ap 15; 28; Jl 44; AgS 54; N 40.

Household hazardous waste collection, O 32.

Incinerator moratorium, AgS 54.

Landfill siting. Ap 20-22; 28; My 7; 26; Je 33; AgS 54; 65.

Medical waste: keeping track, Ap 30.

Pollution Prevention Awards, Jl 43, 45.

Research center: Savoy, AgS 65.

Second Annual Toxic Chemical Report, Jl 48.

Southeast Chicago, Ap 15; D 18, 19.

Storage fees, AgS 54.

Traffic congestion, Ja 34,35; Mr 6; My 11; My 32, 33.

Transportation, Department of, Ja 25; 28.

Treasurer

Cosentino, Jerry (see Cosentino, Jerry).

1990 elections (see Elections).

Office of: 1970 Constitution, AgS 31, 32, 33, 34.

Quinn, Patrick (see Quinn, Patrick).

U.S. Attorney's Office, F 25, 26; Mr 35.

Unemployment (see Labor force).

Unemployment insurance, O 19; AgS 49; D 28.

United Way, AgS 70; AgS 80.

University of Illinois

Chief Illiniwek controversy, O 14.

Football: 100 years of, D 5.

Foreign students, Ja 6.

Ikenberry and UI Hospital, Ja 11.

Surveying and Mapping award, Jl 48.

Trustees, O 35, 40; D 10.

UI hospital (see Hospitals)

Utilities, [Clean air act] Ja 21-23; F 11; 22; AgS 60; 70.

Vehicle regulation

Auto emissions testing: collar counties, AgS 54.

Overweight vehicle fines: mandatory, My 26.

Veterans Affairs, Department of. Je 33; AgS 65.

Voluntary action, Governor's Office of, O 30.

Voting rights (see Redistricting).

Vrydolyak, Edward R., F 19; Jl 41; D 18, 20.

Walking: Let's walk, F 8.

Washington, Harold

Affordable housing, N 25.

1988 Cook County "dream ticket," F 31.

Coleman. Walter "Slim," N 28.

Council wars: Judge Joseph Schneider, F 19.

National endorsements: 1983 primary, Mr 27.

Prieto, Jorge, Jl 39.

Spanish-American politics, Ja 17-18.

Three views of Harold Washington, My 29.

1982 voter turnout in black wards, D 37.

Water quality

Fluoridation: the case against, Ja 32-33.

Future water use: Great Lakes, N 16.

Groundwater, Ap 14.15.

Lake Michigan, Ap 15,16.

Medical waste: study group, Ap 30.

Mississippi River quality. Ap 33, 35.

Ohio River Valley Sanitation Commission, Je 39.

Wastewater treatment plants, Ap 14; Je 9.

Wetlands (see Wetlands).

Western Illinois University

STAR School Program, Ja 19, 20.

Sick leave cash payouts, AgS 43.

Wetlands

1990 farm bill: "swampbuster," Jl 44.

Hubbell honored: efforts to save wetlands, Jl 45.

State wetland protection law, Ap 28; AgS 54.

White ethnics

Chicago's Uptown: diversity, N 25-28.

A Comiskey Farewell, N 36-37.

Hegewisch: endangered community? D 18.

Worlds of difference, N 6.

White Pines Inn: newly renovated, Ja 29.

White Sox stadium

A Comiskey farewell, N 36-37; D 15.

1983 mayoral election, My 30.

1986 tradeoff. Je 30.

White Pines Inn: newly renovated, Ja 29.

Wildlife, Ja 30; Ap 37; My 3; 31; Je 36; AgS 80.

Wilson.Larry, Mr 13-15.

Wolff, Paula, Je 11-13.

Women's Funding Federation, Ja 37.

Women (see Gender bias).

Woods Charitable Fund, Inc., Je 41.

Workers' Compensation, Je 35; 019.

Workers' Memorial: workplace safety, N 13.

Workplace safety, N 13.

Zimmennan site, Ja 24, 25.

Zoning: IEPA does not preempt. My 26.


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