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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Julie Morrison
In a story March 8 about challenges at the Illinois Department of Children and Family Services, The Associated Press reported erroneously that Arthur Bishop was the fourth chief to head the agency in less than a year's time. Current acting director Bobbie Gregg is the fourth director at the agency since November 2013.
An Illinois lawmaker says Olympic athletes who win medals shouldn't have to pay state tax on their awards.
Morrison says she made the effective date of the bill Jan. 1, 2016, to give businesses time to adapt.
Morrison is a Democrat from the Chicago suburb of Deerfield who says she represents many of Illinois' Olympic athletes.