Key Findings A proposal under consideration in Illinois would convert the state’s single-rate individual income tax into a four-bracket tax with a top rate of 9.75 percent on individuals and 11.25 percent on small businesses.
A proposed tax on miles driven could be the alternative to a 30-cent per gallon increase in the gas tax and 50 percent hike in registration fees, according to infrastructure experts who testified at a Senate committee on Wednesday.
SB 2827 passed unanimously out of the Senate Commerce And Economic Development Committee on Thursday. The legislation would reduce LLC fees from $750 to $59. The bill now moves to the full Illinois Senate for a second reading scheduled for March 16th.
CHICAGO (AP) — Gov. Bruce Rauner has used his executive powers to create a privately run and funded economic development agency that he says will "jump-start" job growth. The first-term Republican signed an executive order...
The Pekin Area Chamber of Commerce's Transportation Committee hosted a legislative bus tour this morning. The committee provided updates on several projects including Veterans Drive, Court Street, Front Street, Wagonseller Road, and the Pekin...
The Civic Federation is unable to support Governor Rauner’s recommended budget for FY2017 because it has an operating deficit of at least $3.5 billion and presents an insufficiently detailed plan for closing the gap.
SPRINGFIELD — The Illinois House today approved a proposed constitutional amendment to change the way legislative district maps are drawn.However, the House did not vote on a proposed amendment that would allow the state to implement a graduated...
— Cities and towns across Illinois will soon receive an infusion of cash to operate 911 centers, plow roads and train firefighters under a measure the Senate sent Gov. Bruce Rauner and he quickly signed on Monday.
Bills piling up without state funding being passed on to countiesPEKIN — Tazewell County’s 911 system will remain fully operational — for now at least.That could change if the state’s budget stalemate extends into February, when funds for the county’s...
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