New data tracker shows decline in small business as lawsuits proceed | Robinson Daily News
SearchHelpSubscribe / renew
Login

New data tracker shows decline in small business as lawsuits proceed

Posted on March 31, 2021

State House News

Capitol News Illinois

Hospitality jobs in Illinois have declined nearly 52 percent since the pandemic began, according to new data, as lawsuits continue against the governor’s orders to close nonessential businesses.

Want to read the rest?

Subscribe to Robinson Daily News today.

This content is available in full to subscribers. Click the link below to get unlimited access to our content.

Already have a subscription? Click here!Subscribe

Login

We'll never share your email.

Related content

Bills call for modernizing FOID, CCL systems

A bipartisan group of lawmakers are backing legislation that seeks to modernize the way the Illinois...

New report shows Illinois job, economic growth in electric transportation sector

A national clean energy trade organization has released a report showing growth in electric transpor...

Bill placing term limits on General Assembly leadership passes committee

A bill which would implement term limits on leadership roles in the Illinois General Assembly advanc...


e-edition

top news

Only one new case Tuesday

By Randy Harrison
| April 21, 2021

A woman in her 20s was the sole new coronavirus case reported by the Crawford County Health Departme...

Drug Take Back Day set for Saturday 

By TOM OSBORNE
| April 20, 2021

If you have unused or unwanted prescription or over-the-counter medication that you’re ready to get rid of Saturday will be a good time to do it. Crawford Memorial Hospital will take part in National Drug Take Back Day this Saturday from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. at the East Entrance of the hospital.