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(Kamil Krzaczynski / Chicago Tribune) Eric Zorn Contact Reporter Change of Subject This year’s “grand bargain” in Springfield attempts to alter, yet again, the grand bargain enshrined 100 years ago by the U.S. Supreme Court. In the 1917 case of New York Central Railroad Co. v. White, the high court upheld the constitutionality of workers’ compensation laws statutes that provide for no-fault resolutions of disputes between injured employees and their employers. Such laws are good for injured workers because they provide salary and medical benefits comparatively quickly and they provide a financial incentive to employers to create safer workplaces. And they’re good for businesses because they immunize employers from potentially costly lawsuits. They’re also good for society because, as the court noted in 1917, those unable to work due to injury can easily be “overcome by poverty and … become a burden upon public or private charity.” Win, win, win.
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With its overall added curb appeal, spearheaded by the village of Shiloh since its purchase of the 32-acre course in December 2014, Yorktown has resumed its original glory. Its looking better than ever with our many improvements over the last couple years, said Shiloh Mayor Jim Vernier. Yorktown Golf Course has been selected as the Beautification Award recipient for the 41st Annual Salute to Business Awards, which are sponsored by the OFallon-Shiloh Chamber of Commerce to honor businesses that have made a positive impact in the community. medical interviewWere just very happy (and) honored to be receiving the chambers Beautification Award for Yorktown. Its well appreciated, Vernier said. Vernier said many long-time golfers, as well as new-comers, have been enjoying its renewal. These efforts have caused a renewed interest by people to enjoy the game of golf, many of which reminisce about the course often as a student from a local school when they first played it, he said. Designed by a renowned golf course architect Pete Dye and Bob Goalby, the 18-hole, lighted, par-3 course opened its doors in 1961. (Its) an enjoyable facility for all ages, Vernier said.
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