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SPews: January 14, 2011

Commercial recycling regulations to be considered in Urbana, UI libraries instate new restrictions, Carle receives research grant from Defense Department, UI combines education departments, and Quinn approves large income tax hike.

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SPews: November 19, 2010

Mayor Schweighart faces opposition for the first time since 1999, UI closes its Police Training Institute, Champaign County elections are unaffected by additional votes, UI must release presidential search travel records, and UI education programs are deemed insufficient.

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SPews: November 13, 2010

UI reacts to recent attacks, city council reviews Champaign's 20-year plan, American Institute for Economic Research declares CU a top college destination, Champaign County asks for resolution on Provena tax money matter, and Quinn says civil unions would help the economy.

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SPews: November 5, 2010

Champaign County elections yield few surprises, UI tuition rises due to decrease in state funding, home recycling pickup required for all Champaign residences, UI plans to build wind turbines near South Farms, UIPD installs 200 new security cameras, and AP says it is impossible for Brady to win gubernatorial race.

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SPews: October 29, 2010

UI to rehire Kenneth Howell, Champaign could see spending cuts, UI receives B on eco-friendliness report card, MTD property tax increase to pay for higher salaries, UI is awarded $1.5 million green grant, Brady and Quinn disagree on social issues.

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SPews: October 22, 2010

Republicans ask Reynolds to drop out of state Senate race, UI faculty say Howell was fired without due process, Champaign County judge pledges to diversify juries, CUMTD and UI awarded clean diesel grants, and Illinois U.S. Senate candidates attack each other as expected.

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SPews: October 15, 2010

Early voting center in Champaign fails to make waves, potential lawsuit scares away Chief group, Champaign hopes for further development of East University Ave. area, Hogan's proposals are met with questions, UI's sexual health ranking drops, and Illinois gubernatorial candidates debate over jobs.

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SPews: October 8, 2010

UI faculty speaks out in support of Louis Wozniak, Olympian Drive disagreements persist, UI students and faculty protest against administration, Pat Quinn talks civil unions in Illinois, and Urbana Cracker Barrel is robbed at gunpoint.

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