Capitol Fax This is interesting – the AIDS Foundation of Chicago (AFC) is blasting the Governor’s office for not expending roughly $10M in funding for HIV prevention, an item properly approved and appropriated in the FY18 budget. I say interesting, because we are only halfway through FY18 which ends on 6/30/18, and these funds are spent by way of grant
The constant gasp of ‘surprise’ from Illinois legislatures is ridiculous… they know damn well how much of the debt crisis in Illinois is their fault, and they are betting they will be long out of power, with their pensions and no-bid contracts, well before they suffer any consequences.
Last night we had exciting announcements at the Chicago Libertarian chapter meeting. As you may have seen on the Chicago Facebook feed, Mike Leheney made his announcement to run for Treasurer on the Libertarian ticket. Mike brings over 20 years of finance experience from the private sector and is fully qualified for the role and I’m really excited to have a fellow
Libertarian Party of Illinois State Chair Lex Green gives the Libertarian response to the State of the State address in Illinois.
Illinois News Network This should not be a responsibility of the Comptroller’s office. It is the responsibility of each municipality to manage their cash flow, and this law does nothing more than add a new layer of political bias and influence to a role that should be neither political nor biased. The Comptroller having the ability to reallocate funds for