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Sterigenics shutdown crimps supply of medical devices, as courts mull next steps, procedural motions

By Cook County Record | Apr 16, 2019

As state and federal courts grapple with the legal questions of what comes next, a state-imposed shutdown of a Willowbrook medical device sterilization facility has begun to have ripple effects for health care facilities and patients far from the suburbs of Chicago.

IL Atty Gen: OxyContin maker committed fraud, marketed deceptively

By Scott Holland | Apr 9, 2019

Lawsuit accuses Purdue Pharma of illegally pushing opioids on state's residents while downplaying risks

IL Supreme Court OKs law that allowed union lobbyist to collect teacher pension after one day in classroom

By Dan Churney | Apr 4, 2019

The Illinois Supreme Court says a teachers union lobbyist will be allowed to double his pension after he served as a substitute teacher for one day. The decision came over dissents from other justices on the court who said the law allowing the pension boost was merely written to benefit a handful of union employees at taxpayer expense.

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