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Mayors, university officials hit $16 million Amtrak cut pushed by Rauner

Illinois lawmakers considering millionaire tax again

Mailers fly over property tax vote; are budget talks 'over'?

'Right-to-try' bill sent to Rauner

Opinion: Rauner administration should welcome BGA watchdogs

Efforts underway to raise $8.8M for governor's mansion

Cartoon: Will any of our state leaders answer the call?

Can we tax our way out of the pension hole?

House keeps Democratic property tax freeze measure alive, GOP members decry effort as stunt

During a contentious meeting on Friday, the Illinois House approved an amendment to House Bill 695 that would impose a property freeze.

Friday’s vote amends House Bill 695 to include language prohibiting local governments from raising property taxes without voter approval. Friday’s vote to approve the amendment to the bill was 37-23 with 38 representatives voting “present.”


Gov. Rauner, who campaigned on transparency, now secretive