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Sunday, February 17, 2019
A plan by two state senators to balance the budget without raising taxes hasn't progressed in the General Assembly, despite evidence that Illinois residents are fed up with high taxes.
Illinois appears to be heading south in more ways than one, a financial expert said on a Chicago-based radio show recently.
After two years without a budget and a failed attempt to compromise on a "grand bargain," some in Illinois are asking whether bankruptcy is a viable way out of the state's financial morass.
Head of the McHenry County GOP was discouraged with school board race results following the April 4 election.
Trustee Paul Serwatka is running for Lakewood Village president on a platform of reform, transparency and lower taxes that he calls, "Promoting and Restoring Accountable Government.”
GOP candidate Rachael Lawrence, who is running for Algonquin Township Trustee, recently claimed that she has been the target of many negative comments and phone calls from non-supporters during her campaign.
The Dundee Township highway commissioner’s race is quickly approaching, and with that comes Republican Scott Sinnett, a new candidate running for the office against two others.
This week, Illinois Rep. Barbara Wheeler made clear she was not supportive of the newly proposed Senate Budget Plan as it stands.