Tuesday AM News: Girl fights, Capital plan, Pleasing constituents, Credit union scholarships

Girl Fights On The Rise As Women Turn To Violence CBS2Chicago.com
They graduated from pushing and shoving and name-calling to straight up duking it out. Now a furious debate is on over the reasons girls are fighting and how we can stop it.

House GOP's $5 billion capital plan built on gambling Tribune
Illinois House Republicans on Monday proposed a $5 billion road-, mass-transit and school-construction plan that would be funded through additional gambling positions at Illinois casinos.

New Dems vow to please constituents The Courier News
They're lawyers, businessmen and local officials eager to tackle Illinois' biggest issues at the state Capitol. They want education funding reform, lower property taxes and stem cell research funding but are wary of selling state assets or banning some kinds from guns.

Credit union offers scholarships The Star
Each year, South Division Credit Union awards scholarships to local, outstanding college-bound students to help further their education.

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