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            Stephanie Zimmermann is an award-winning investigative reporter who focuses on consumer issues, defined broadly to include credit and debt, insurance, food, housing, health, transportation, technology, unsafe products, scams/frauds and other issues that affect everyday people.

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            COVID-19 tests: What it feels like to have one

            Testing is still limited to screened patients, medical professionals, first-responders — and White House visitors. But it’s expected to become more widely available.

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            ‘Windy City Rehab’ stalled again after Alison Victoria, crew quarantined over coronavirus fears

            In some of her first public comments after controversy engulfed the HGTV hit, Victoria says she plans to speak her "truth" on Season 2 of the show.

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            Auto insurers offer refunds as traffic eases under coronavirus stay-上海11选5走势图 order

            Allstate, American Family are first out with a rebate plan; others expected to follow suit.

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            Can’t pay mortgage due to coronavirus? What you need to know, where to turn for help.

            The federal CARES Act covers people with federally backed loans, but others can get relief, too. Here are answers to your questions and a guide for finding assistance.

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            Need a thermometer to check for coronavirus? Good luck finding one

            Online and at stores around Chicago, consumers are finding few personal care thermometers.

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            Consumer watchdog loses power to recover money for victims after accused scammer fights back in court — and wins

            The Federal Trade Commission has returned $1 billion to consumers over the years. Now the fraud-fighting agency is facing a legal obstacle in Chicago.

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            Illinois attorney general calls for Amazon, other online sellers to police coronavirus price-gouging

            Kwame Raoul joins 32 other state attorneys general in urging crackdown on COVID-19 profiteering.

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            Consumers’ credit also needs protection from COVID-19, consumer group says

            Mitigating financial fallout of coronavirus must take into account ordinary consumers, advocates say.

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            Attorney General Kwame Raoul gets price-gouging businesses to agree to stop or face $50,000 fine and shutdown

            One North Side store was selling single rolls of toilet paper for $4.99 each Sunday.

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            Deaths associated with children’s product recalls soared in 2019, report finds

            More work is needed to publicize unsafe products, Chicago group says.