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Illinois authorities are stepping up security amid fears of violence ahead of Tuesday’s election day – Chicago Tribune

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Monday’s record Powerball jackpot grew to an even bigger $1.9 billion no one won the lottery on saturday night.

The drawing numbers are white balls 28, 45, 53, 56, 69 and red Powerball 20.

The new $1.9 billion jackpot is for a winner who receives an annuity for 29 years. Lottery jackpot winners usually prefer a lump sum of cash, which for Monday’s drawing will be $929.1 million.

The Powerball prize keeps getting more massive due to the inability of anyone to overcome the great odds of 1 in 292.2 million and win the jackpot. Players must match all five white balls and one red Powerball to claim the top prize.

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Hidden among a maze of filing cabinets and desks in the nondescript offices of the Boone County Clerk and Recorder five buttons that employees can press when they believe they are in danger.

The “panic” buttons – one behind a fake plant, the other in an easily accessible drawer – were installed ahead of the 2020 general election after County Clerk Julie Bliss saw the national rhetoric about election fraud heating up .

Since then, the situation has not improved.

Governor J.  B. Pritzker, left, campaigns in Chicago, Nov. 4, 2022. Republican candidate Sen. Darren Bailey, Oct. 31, 2022, in Glen Ellyn.

Politicians fanned out across the state in the final weekend of the 2022 general election campaign, with President Joe Biden speaking in Joliet on Saturday amid concerns that Republican surge on election day could cost Democrats control of both the Illinois political agenda and Congress.

Biden’s decision to visit what has been a reliably blue state, along with Vice President Kamala Harris’ planned trip to Chicago on Sunday, underscored the belief that the race has tightened ahead of Tuesday’s election.

The store, which has since been renamed Cannabist, will be one of two Columbia Care locations sold to Sean
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Sean “Diddy” Combs agreed to buy nine cannabis retail stores and three manufacturing plants in Illinois, New York and Massachusetts for $185 million as part of the required antitrust divestment for the $2 billion Cresco-Columbia Care megamerger.

The deal to sell part of the combined Cresco-Columbia Care portfolio to Combs, announced Friday, includes the Columbia Care dispensaries in Villa Park and Chicago’s Jefferson Park neighborhood, which have been renamed Cannabist, as well as the Columbia Care manufacturing facility. in Aurora.

Chicago Bears quarterback Justin Fields celebrates his 61-yard run in the third quarter Sunday, Nov. 6, 2022, at Soldier Field.

10 thoughts on Brad Biggs after the Chicago Bears lost to the Miami Dolphins 35-32 on Sunday at Soldier Field on a record day for Justin Fields, who rushed for 178 yards, the most by a quarterback in a single game in NFL history.

The offense is coming off of scoring 29 or more points in its last three games, a feat the Bears have accomplished just six times in the Super Bowl era.

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“The fourth wall has been broken,” shouts the Gamemaster, just after firing the Malört. “Now our fate is in your hands.”

And with this epic line, Chris Jones writes, several hundred people are looking at their phones.

Is it a cultural revolution? A bold invitation to the seventh circle of digital hell? That, dear reader, all depends on whether or not you enjoy playing fantasy RPGs.


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