Everywhere there is pent-up energy waiting to be released once this election is over. For example, the Illinois Legislative Black Caucus has put together an impressive agenda for reform in many areas – banking, education, prisons, minority businesses – that will see action in the fall session. The Community Foundation for the Land of Lincoln has launched "The Next Ten" initiative, determined to get big projects done in Springfield. Energy breeds energy. Projects foster possibilities. Starting in two weeks. Fletcher Farrar, editor and CEO

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