Credit ratings agency Moody’s says the state’s public schools and local municipalities walk away as the biggest winners from Illinois’ newly enacted budget and coming infrastructure spending but make no mention of any potential upgrade to the state’s near-junk credit rating.
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A new analysis of Illinois’ proposed progressive income tax rates found the state would have steeper rate increases among higher income brackets than other states with graduated income tax structures, something the authors said “punishes” wealthy Illinoisans.
A millionaire businessman and former Chicago mayoral candidate criticized fellow Democrat Gov. J.B. Pritzker for passing a budget and infrastructure tax hikes that he said don’t help Illinois’ working class.
Illinois is the only state in America that has yet to release its official report from fiscal year 2018 and state officials don’t yet know when it will be released.
Schools across the state of Illinois will now have the option to put kids on the school bus so they don't have to walk through gang territory.
The Illinois Department of Agriculture has walked back some restrictions on a controversial, yet highly-effective commercial weed spray as farmers struggle to get crops planted amid a wet spring.
CHICAGO — Democratic Gov. J.B. Pritzker made Illinois the most liberal state in the U.S. for access to reproductive health care with the stroke of 20 pens Wednesday at the Chicago Cultural Center.
There's a new warning about what's in the water in some lakes and ponds across the state of Illinois.
Gov. J.B. Pritzker signed the Reproductive Health Act on Wednesday in Chicago, proclaiming Illinois a beacon for the rest of the country at a time when other states have been working to restrict access to abortions.