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by pari on December 21st, 2013

The White house and CIR

Vice President Joe Biden vowed that the comprehensive immigration reform (CIR) bill passed by the Senate would become law, even as he was hammered by conservatives over whether the legislation is fair. Read more at The White House and CIR

Illinois undocumented Immigrants Driver’s Licenses FAQs

The Temporary Visitor Driver’s Licenses (TVDLs) is a legal document permitting foreign-born individuals living in Illinois to drive. Established in 2005, TVDLs have been issued to individuals without a Social Security Number, but who have lawful immigration status. Read the FAQs at IL Drivers Licenses FAQs

Missouri appeals court asks more questions on red light cameras

The Eastern District of the Missouri Court of Appeals on Tuesday reversed an earlier ruling that favored the red-light camera law in Arnold, Mo., a St. Louis suburb that in 2006 was the first Missouri community to install red-light cameras. Read more at Red Light Cameras suspect?

Missouri Supremes and student transfers

The Missouri Supreme Court on Tuesday denied area school districts an escape from a much-feared state law that allows students to transfer out of unaccredited school districts. Read more at Student transfer law and MO

Illinois Supremes move to close tax loopholes

The Illinois Supreme Court delivered a resounding blow to questionable tax strategies that allow businesses to minimize their sales tax burden in the state. Read more at Sales tax and the IL Supremes

Merry Christmas

Merry Christmas to our readers!
Also, a reminder to check out Becky Sharma’s website at . Please contribute; we are planning a fundraiser for Becky in early 2014

HAPPY HOLIDAYS to all our Friends, clients and well-wishers

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