Articles From Christine Zeman

Illinois General Assembly Considers Electric Vehicles and Charging Station Infrastructure By Christine Zeman Energy, Utilities, Telecommunications, and Transportation, June 2021 An overview of big energy issues in Illinois.
Life as a Rural Public Defender By Christine Zeman Law Related Education for the Public, November 2020 Reflections from a public defender in a rural Illinois county.
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Coal-Fired Power Utilities and Ash Pond Owners in WebEx Hearings During Covid-19 Pandemic By Christine Zeman Environmental Law, October 2020 The Illinois Pollution Control Board is currently in the process of conducting rulemaking hearings pursuant to a statutory mandate in Public Act 101-171.
Coal-Fired Power Utilities and Ash Pond Owners in WebEx Hearings During Covid-19 Pandemic By Christine Zeman Energy, Utilities, Telecommunications, and Transportation, September 2020 The Illinois Pollution Control Board is currently in the process of conducting rulemaking hearings pursuant to a statutory mandate in Public Act 101-171.
Expungement Summits Provide a Free Path to Erase or Seal One’s Criminal Record By Christine Zeman Law Related Education for the Public, June 2020 A look at the Expungement and Record Sealing Summit that was held on October 19, 2019.
Illinois celebrates 200 years of statehood in 2018 By Christine Zeman Employee Benefits, June 2018 A brief overview of Illinois' rich history. 
Illinois celebrates 200 years of statehood in 2018 By Christine Zeman Law Related Education for the Public, May 2018 This year marks Illinois' 200th year of statehood.
Illinois celebrates 200 years of statehood in 2018 By Christine Zeman Bench and Bar, February 2018 A brief overview of Illinois' rich history. 

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