WAND TV It didn’t take long for a deficit budget to get approved in the wake of the budget impasse, did it?
WGLT Check out all these great libertarians running for office in McLean County and getting some media for their efforts, including Bennett Morris, Libertarian and Steve Suess for McLean County Board!
My Web Times Happy Birthday Illinois! I guess it’s now been 199 years since we’ve had an accountant in the State Accounting Office!
Pantagraph Illinois is no stranger to greasy palms, friends in high places, and backroom dealings with handshake agreements – so I’m not surprised to hear that people are suspicious of the new $60B Medicaid contract inked by the Governor’s administration.
Illinois News Network Pension costs just keep rising, and the battle on how to stop them just keeps going. We have to pay what we owe people, true. Illinois pensions are not sustainable, also true. What do we do? First
Reuters Even with “hefty” yields – it’s lower than the interest we are currently saddled with. Having to pay between 4.3% and 4.4% in interest as opposed to the current 18%+ on outstanding bills is a better deal, but this
USA News I just about fell over – a Democrat has proposed cutting a tax! Oh wait, I see why – it’s part of the budget package that was passed to end the budget impasse and I’m going to guess
KFVS12 Perry County is going through a round of lay-offs and reorganization as they deal with a budget reduced by 25% over the last two years. They blame the budget impasse for decreasing their budget as well as the “Affordable”
Illinois Policy Being a libertarian in Illinois, it is difficult to read the words “new laws to welcome” without cringing, but Illinois Policy put together a list of some good laws that were passed this year. Among them; HB 418,