A group of Illinois Democratic lawmakers want to cap insulin prices at $100 per month.
In Illinois, the quality of a child’s health, education, housing and economic situation often correlates with a child's race, ethnicity and geographic location, according to a new KIDS COUNT report from Voices For Illinois Children , an organization that advocates for state investments that benefit children across the state.
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