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Illinois ended June with 2,200 fewer jobs than it had the month before, a contrast to the nation's robust employment gains last month. The state's unemployment rate dropped slightly in June to 6.2 percent, from 6.4 percent in May, but officials attributed.
In a May 2015 motion for judicial release, McShann wrote that he and eight siblings were raised by his mother and he was working toward his GED despite learning disabilities. “Mr. McShann is adamant on obtaining legal employment, and working his way up.
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