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Facebook Releases Unjust Suspension of Shared Links of Official Facebook Page for Arlingtoncardinal.com

Facebook on July 13, 2017 (today) has released a punishing block of our shared links on our official Facebook page (Facebook.com/ArlingtonCardinal). According to Facebook, the block was scheduled to be released on July 26, 2017 at 5:50 a.m. About 5:50 a.m. on the morning of June 26, 2017, Facebook notified the official page for The […]

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As Facebook Bans Users, Businesses or Features with Abuse of Monopoly Power, It Will Trigger Serious Anti-Trust Regulatory Control

When Facebook behaves badly, it is more likely to face an increasing amount of scrutiny from the Federal Trade Commision. When a business gets big, it can also trigger government antitrust scrutiny even without any evidence of bad conduct. This week Facebook got big. It reached 2 billion members in its worldwide community. Although not […]

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Energy Infrastructure Modernization Act Going to Work in Arlington Heights, Nearby Communities

The General Assembly enacted the Energy Infrastructure Modernization Act on October 27, 2011 — Governor Quinn’s veto of Senate Bill 1652. In the hours leading up to final vote, the General Assembly also passed a separate trailer bill introduced earlier in the week that added provisions toughening utility performance standards, lowering the allowed return on […]

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New Palatine Fire Station on Quentin Rd Replaces Old Fire Station on Dundee Rd

The new $2.9 million Palatine fire station at 1215 N. Quentin Rd. opened this week and officials say it will help reduce response times to the village’s northwest side. The new fire station has improved access to the roadway — the Dundee Road station was sometimes hampered by heavy traffic on the two-lane roadway. Quentin […]

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