WBEZ’s Dave McKinney looks at how the Illinois state legislature can handle the big items on its agenda if they haven’t met since May, and have put off the six-day fall veto session due to a COVID-19 spike in the state.
And Civic Federation president Laurence Msall has ideas to generate revenue now that the graduated income tax failed with the voters on election day.
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November 11, 2020 at 05:18PM