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David Thomas Jun 19
My friend has an excellent report out now about how people are leaving Illinois in droves. He's a great reporter, and you should read it:
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Grant Wehrli Jun 21
Unions and Illinois Democrats would have you think that this isn’t a problem. They also want you to think a graduated income tax will never hit the middle class. Math clearly indicates without pension reform income taxes will crush all in Illinois. Just like property tax
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Illinois Policy Jun 18
Pension costs push Metro East property taxes up, as population shrinks 1/8
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BlueRoomStream 6m
Governor Pritzker has signed HB 2028 today, doubling the death benefits for families of fallen law enforcement officers and firefighters. Just yesterday, Fulton County Sheriff’s Deputy Troy Chisum, 39, was killed in the line of duty.
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ILOpportunityProject Jun 21
Another Session, Same High Property Taxes: Illinois has the worst-funded pension systems in the country and despite politicians' promises for reform, they made it worse.
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Todd HENRICKS Jun 21
How much public pension money is leaving Illinois each year not just for warmer climates but places with less of a tax burden for retirees? via
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AFP Illinois Jun 17
Not everyone is buying 's story. Indeed, to hear some tell it, what he characterizes as financial prudence sounds more like a story spun by Gov. Pinocchio.
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🇺🇸 Chris Hansen 🇺🇸 6h
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Barton Lorimor 27m
I checked my email this morning, and...well, let's just say I hope to have a treat for all you fans of Dave Dahl of / / fame.
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Mark Glennon Jun 17
The better word is lying. They are simpley lying about the budget and debt reduction. Mayny GOP and Dem lawmakers, too.
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Andrew Hoekstra Jun 21
At the end of this article, it’s claimed that the pension hole won’t get worse. Why is this assertion made when the state contributes less to pensions than what’s actuarially required? Gov. Pritzker is taking a victory lap full of deceit that the budget is “balanced.”
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Dan Mihalopoulos Jun 18
After speech, GOP Senate Leader Bill Brady will not answer question from about his profits from a state-licensed video gambling company, a relationship exposed last month by 's and
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Capitol News Illinois 2h
Independent pharmacies that serve Medicaid patients in small communities in Illinois will soon start receiving additional payments from the state
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Gov. Pritzker's Press Office 39m
Gov. Pritzker Signs Legislation Increasing Death Benefits for Families of Fallen First Responders
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Capitol News Illinois 2h
While marijuana consumption and possession will become legal for Illinois residents over 21 years of age starting Jan. 1, use in public places will still be prohibited and local governments will control where the industry can conduct business
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Ted Gradel 3h
Thanks to Frank Aiello and all who came out to our Meet & Greet at McNally's Pub in St. Charles last night. Sarah and I are inspired by the support that we receive all across the district.
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Peter Ingemi Jun 23
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Milton Township Democrats 🇺🇸 9h
Hey you! Yes, you! Got plans for Tuesday night, 7/2? Come see our State Senator Suzy Glowiak at her next Town Hall Meeting 6-7pm at Glen Ellyn Civic Center, 535 Duane St. Then go grab a bite to eat at one of our great restaurants!
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She Votes Illinois 4h
“We call on all local municipalities to...publicly affirm that they will not assist ICE agents in separating families, & urge our congressional delegation to stand their ground & not compromise on our shared values of diversity & family.”
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Chicago Federation of Labor 8h
Rauner "was willing to burn the house down to get what he wanted...Organized labor really doesn’t take that position. They’re looking for outcomes."
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