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Push for Cops to get Heroin OD Cure

March 13, 2015

Friday, March 13, 2015Daily Southtownby Mike Nolan A Cook County commissioner from the Southland wants to see more police officers equipped with a drug that can prevent heroin overdoses.  Commissioner Elizabeth Gorman, R-Orland Park, introduced a resolution that was adopted by the county board Wednesday, calling for police and other first responders to be trained in the use of Naloxone, also...

Sled hill closed for now, but changes coming to Swallow Cliff

January 12, 2015

By Lauren ZumbachChicago Tribune contact the reporter Sledding enthusiasts won’t be able to zoom down the 100-foot slope at Swallow Cliff Woods nearPalos Park this winter, but officials of the Forest Preserve District of Cook County said they’re working to build a “new and improved” recreation area there. Winter events offer alternative to hibernation“It’s a site that’s being heavily used for recreation and fitness,...

Gorman Endorsed for Re-election by the Chicago Tribune

October 28, 2014

17th District (southwest, west and northwest suburbs): Republican incumbent Elizabeth Doody Gorman has only a gentle challenge from Democrat Jim Hickey (no survey), who heads the Orland Fire Protection District. Hickey didn’t complete our election questionnaire, and we weren’t able to reach him. We endorse Gorman with undying gratitude for her persistence in gradually killing the Stroger tax. And we applaud her work...

Commissioner Gorman sponsors resolution to place referendum on county ballot regarding mental health funding in Illinois

July 21, 2014

0 CommentsChicago, IL – Commissioner Elizabeth “Liz” Doody Gorman has sponsored a resolution asking to place a referendum on the Cook County ballot regarding mental health funding in Illinois. The resolution will be presented for approval at the upcoming Cook County Board of Commissioners meeting to be held this week on Wednesday, July 23.  If passed, the referendum question will appear...

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Prior to 2020, Cook County translated election ballots to include the languages of English, Spanish, Chinese and Hindi. We are happy to announce it has been expanded this year to include the additional languages of Arabic, Polish, Korean, Russian, Ukrainian, Tagalog and Gujarati. This will allow voters the ability to more readily process information found on the ballot. ... See MoreSee Less

Prior to 2020, Cook County translated election ballots to include the languages of English, Spanish, Chinese and Hindi. We are happy to announce it has been expanded this year to include the additional languages of Arabic, Polish, Korean, Russian, Ukrainian, Tagalog and Gujarati. This will allow voters the ability to more readily process information found on the ballot.

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Per Sean ... "both side are conflating" regarding Trump's comments on conceding if he loses the election and Sean proceeds to do exactly what he said both sides were doing by bringing up Hilary Clinton's advice to Biden not to concede .... Here's the difference, Trump is the President of the USA and he is running for President and what he says matters! Hilary isn't President and isn't running for President, so what she says isn't even in the same universe as to what the President says! What is it about the GOP they can't get her out of their minds. It's continual with Trump supporters "what about...dah, dah, dah and changing the subject. With that kind of thinking it's questionable that Sean should even be a county commissioner.

why does the GOVjust have spanish translator

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