Bloomington City Manager David Hales said he wasn't nervous about the speculation that State Farm might have a move in mind â¿¿ several local elected officials are current and past State Farm employees and the city is in regular contact with the company. But he said he can't afford to take for granted that State Farm will just stay put."Not in this age of constant change," he said.
State Farm: No Plans To Move Illinois Headquarters
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