June 1909
America;6/12/1909, Vol. 1 Issue 9, p245
The article reports on the fate of a U.S. Senate bill on the Commission Government for cities of Joliet, Peoria, Galesburg and Springfield in Illinois. The Committee of the House did not approve the bill passed in the Senate in 1909 that would have given authority to the aforementioned cities to reorganize their governments according to the working of the Commission Government in Galveston, Texas.


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