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Top Illinois Stories

Jim Dey: Volunteers scarce to lead takedown of Madigan – News-Gazette

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S&P eyeing Illinois for junk status if no progress on Rauner budget – INN

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Madigan taps trio of women, including Bustos, to change ‘culture of politics’ – Chicago Sun-Times

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Rauner’s pension shift proposal “financially devastating” to Quincy schools – Herald-Whig

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Rauner’s budget plan makes property taxpayers cringe – Belleville News Democrat

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Who is Jeanne Ives? – Daily Journal

Editorial endorsement.

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More Highlighted Illinois Stories

S&P eyeing Illinois for junk status if no progress on Rauner budget – INN

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Poll: 90 percent of voters support work-for-welfare – INN

Illinois’ food stamp enrollment would fall by 317,800 people if the state was to place a work requirement on able-bodied parents to receive food stamps, the report said. It would see an estimated decline of 272,500 if the state excluded parents of infants in that requirement, still saving taxpayers more than $459 million annually.

Via the Illinois Department of Human Services, Gov. Bruce Rauner’s office acquired a waiver for non-working adults to receive food stamps, saying there were places in Illinois without enough jobs to support the work requirement. According to DHS, 174,000 Illinoisans will remain eligible for the benefit for 2018 that otherwise wouldn’t have.

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Zorn: Slow-walked investigation is the excuse Madigan needs to step down – Opinion – Chicago Tribune

Comment: Props to Zorn for being lonely one on the left in saying this. All the other champions of women's rights are sitting on their hypocritical butts on this.

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#MeToo meets #NotMe in boss of Illinois Democrats – Belleville News-Democrat

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Lawyer: Madigan ally looked for ‘dirt’ on woman who accused aide of harassment – Chicago Sun-Times

A lawyer is accusing Mike Madigan’s Southwest Side ward organization of trying to find “dirt” on a woman whose sexual harassment allegations led the powerful Democrat to fire a longtime aide who is the brother of the ward’s alderman. The lawyer for political consultant Alaina Hampton sent a “cease and desist” letter to Jack Hynes on Thursday, accusing her former boss at the nonprofit Chicago Heights Economic Development Corporation of trying to smear Hampton — and claiming that Madigan’s team put Hynes up to it.

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Chicago Tribune editorial endorsement of Rauner in primary

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Jury Finds Cook County Judge Guilty of Mortgage Fraud – WLS

Once a rising star in the legal community, O’Brien became the first female Filipino-American elected judge in the Circuit Court of Cook County.

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Cartoon of J.B. Pritzker stirs controversy – ABC Chicago

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IRS increases Caterpillar tax penalty to $2.3 billion – JournalStar

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J.B. Pritzker’s ‘African-American Thing’ – Chicago Reader

GREG HOUSTON

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Illinois Schools Say Pension Shift Would Undo Funding Revamp – Associated Press

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Statehouse Democratic lawmaker calls for party central committee to investigate harassment allegations – INN

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Do Illinois homeowners get any bang for their property tax buck? – Illinois Policy

Nebraska reduced its number of school districts from 898 to 249 between 1987 and 2013. Nebraska is currently ranked sixth in the nation in overall K-12 education according to US News and World Report. Nebraska is proof that consolidation of school districts does not come at the expense of education quality.

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Democrats move bill that could kill private scholarship program – INN

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Berg: The most misleading myths in Illinois politics – Opinion – INN

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Losing Illinois: Decatur on the decline – IL Homepage

So many people are exiting the state, it's hard for U-Haul to keep up. "For every 10 trucks that are leaving the state of Illinois, we are maybe lucky to get three back," said James Edwards, a U-Haul field manager. "It is a challenge for us to try to get inventory back into Illinois to meet the demand of everyone wanting to move."

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Chicago high-end homes are a bargain – Crain’s

The median price of Chicago condos sold last year in the upper one-tenth of prices was $383 a square foot. For houses it was $322. In Manhattan, the median price was over $3,300 per square foot for either type of housing. In San Francisco, both medians were in the range of $1,200 a foot.

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Rauner’s $38B budget trims costs at the expense of Illinois public schools, higher ed – The Bond Buyer/SourceMedia

Comment: This is the best article summarizing the proposal we've seen so far.

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Superintendents react to proposed pension obligations in Rauner’s budget address – Daily Chronicle

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Illinois Idiocy: Scenario-Testing the Pension Obligation Bond Idea – Stump

An actuary's perspective.

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Statehouse leaders react to Rauner’s budget address, blasting pension cost shift proposal – INN

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Illinois governor takes aim at pensions, healthcare costs in budget – Reuters

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Gov. Bruce Rauner delivers budget address – Chicago Sun-Times

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IL Trial Lawyers Association disses Rauner’s workers’ comp reform proposal – IL Review

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Gov. Rauner renews call for reforms in budget address – INN

Including reaction from Wirepoints' Ted Dabrowski.

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Full text of Governor Rauner’s Budget Address

2018 Budget Address As prepared for delivery To the members of our National Guard, our service men and women, and our veterans – thank you on...

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Madigan’s attorney responds to critics claiming cover up – INN

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FOX News dumps on Rauner in special report – Video – YouTube

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j1fD6xzdpUk

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Sexual harassment scandal could be the wrench that jams up Madigan’s Machine – Chicago Sun-Times

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There Is No Pension Crisis – Jacobin

The Socialist perspective, presented without comment.

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Top Chicago Stories

Slain police commander laid to rest with stories of selflessness, harsh words for suspect – Chicago Tribune

Funeral for Cmdr. Bauer

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Are affluent Americans willing to pay a little for a fairer society? A test case in Chicago – Brookings Institute

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Report: Cook County property tax assessment process unfair to poorer homeowners – Illinois Policy

A new study confirms Cook County's broken property tax assessment system causes owners of lower-value homes to bear a disproportionate share of the tax burden.

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Other Highlighted Chicago Stories

Statement from Sun-Times Media CEO on change in Chicago Reader leadership – Chicago Sun-Times

Comment: The obvious question is whether he was fired because he dared to skewer Pritzker. The Sun-Times, which owns The Reader, is owned by labor unions and their champions, and Pritzker is their boy in the race for Governor.

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Chicago River Cruise Tour Ranked Second Most Popular Global Attraction – NBC Chicago

5 to Watch: Vonn, Chen, Rippon Highlight Big Night

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Tax Olympics: Chicago tops the table on taxes and fees – Illinois Policy

In a comparative analysis of taxes and fees in the nation's top 15 cities, Chicago won first place more times than any other city.

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Rauner budget cuts city funds, may offer mandate relief, city official says – INN

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Ald. Edward Burke benefited, Chicago-style, from Vienna hot dog deals | Chicago Sun-Times

This is a story about how hot dogs and money are made, Chicago-style.

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US rejects China-led bid for Chicago Stock Exchange – BBC

The Chicago Stock

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Cook County Jail inmates applaud for suspect in Chicago cop’s killing – Chicago Tribune

He shot the policeman six times.

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West Chicago High School teachers avoid strike – Fox32

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Lipinski seeks IRS probe of Illinois Policy Institute and John Tillman after Sun-Times-ProPublica report – Chicago Sun-Times

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Berrios property tax assessments for Cook County homeowners are flawed and unfair, study confirms – Chicago Tribune

Cook County Assessor Joseph Berrios has been producing error-ridden property assessments that effectively punished poor homeowners while providing tax breaks to wealthy ones, according to a much-anticipated independent study of the county’s residential assessment practices. The study, which reviewed assessments from 2014 to 2016, concluded that the county operates “a very regressive system” that causes “a wealth transfer from owners of lower-valued homes to those of higher-value homes.”

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Berrios primary challenger for Cook County assessor removed from ballot, vows court fight – Chicago Tribune

Democrat Andrea Raila’s bid to run for Cook County assessor suffered a serious blow Thursday, when county election officials kicked her off the March 20 primary ballot. Raila, though, said she will appeal in court. If a judicial ruling doesn’t reverse the Cook County Electoral Board’s decision, the Democratic primary will feature a one-on-one matchup between two-term incumbent Joe Berrios and asset manager Fritz Kaegi.

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Cook Courts Clerk appeal: Federal judge wrongly stepped into dispute over public access to court files – Cook County Record

Comment: In other words, Cook Country Clerk Dorothy Brown wants the case in her political Cook County Courts, not real courts.

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Rauner re-election budget takes aim at two favorite targets: CPS and unionized state workers – Chicago Tribune

The $37.6 billion spending plan seeks to cut $228 million in pension help that CPS won in last year's budget battle and also to cut state health care insurance by $470 million.

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Suspect in Chicago police death charged with murder – ABC

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West Chicago High teachers ready to strike Friday if no agreement – Daily Herald

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The 10 worst colleges for free speech: 2018 – FIRE

Shame on Northwestern and DePaul.

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Chicago Police Commander Killed on Busy Downtown Block – The New York Times

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1,282 suburban workers to lose their jobs by spring – Daily Herald

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Suburban police, professionals struggle with growing funeral violence – ABC Chicago

Police say the dangerous activity is usually sparked by gang retaliation.

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Rahm to UCLA hecklers: Who knew there were so many direct flights from Chicago? – Chicago Sun-Times

Kareem Youssef, who organized the protest along with some other UCLA students from Chicago, said the students were protesting both the mayor’s support for the police training facility and UCLA’s decision to host Emanuel.

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1871 Names Betsy Ziegler as New CEO – Chicago Inno

All the best to her and 1871, Chicago's world class tech incubator, among the things working well in Chicago. Howard Tullman is a tough act to follow.

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Chicago Police officer fatally shot at Thompson Center – Chicago Sun-Times

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Federal judge: Clerk Dorothy Brown ‘cannot end-run the First Amendment’ – Chicago Sun-Times

A federal judge doubled-down Tuesday on his order that Cook County Circuit Court Clerk Dorothy Brown provide public access to new electronically filed lawsuits.

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Chicago delays disputed school closures plan after uproar – Chicago Sun-Times

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John Hancock losing its John Hancock, becoming 875 N. Michigan Ave. – Chicago Sun-Times

The iconic John Hancock Center will be known by its address, 875 N. Michigan Ave., until the building’s owner secures a long-term naming rights deal.

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Trump’s infrastructure plan: 5 things it could mean for Chicago, state roads and airports – Chicago Tribune

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Thieves brag on social media as Chicago carjacking surge leads to highest number in a decade – Fox News

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Handwritten documents, Manila folders, carbon paper — welcome to Cook County criminal court – Chicago Tribune

Every workday, attorneys enter criminal courtrooms across Cook County, put away their smartphones and operate in a world that their grandparents would have recognized: accordion-style Manila folders to hold paper documents, handwritten orders for judges to sign, even carbon paper to make copies of the paper filings.

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Hundreds of local officials in DuPage have salaries over $100,000 – Illinois Policy

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2 Cook County commissioners missed over a third of Forest Preserve meetings – Chicago Sun-Times

The commissioners who skipped the most Forest Preserve board meetings in the past three years were Jerry “Iceman” Butler and Bridget Gainer, both Democrats from Chicago.

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Wirepoints Original Stories

Chicago leaders’ hypocritical stance on school choice – Wirepoints Original

Chicago Public Schools and the Chicago Teachers Union have been practicing a corrupted version of school choice that’s done little to improve the lives of CPS students. Instead, it’s led to perverse consequences that actually perpetuate the systemic failures of CPS, leaving far too many students without an education

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Governor Rauner’s New Budget Proposal – Wirepoints Original

Key points jump out that make a protracted fight look likely.

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Press Release: Wirepoints available for comment on Gov. Rauner’s FY 2019 Budget Address

Gov. Rauner has proposed a far less transformational budget for FY 2019. It isn't the budget Illinoisans want or need. If Illinois is going to keep its people here, grow its economy and bring back jobs, lawmakers must pursue much deeper reforms.

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Pension benefits overwhelm taxpayers, Ted on WTAD – Audio

Ted on WTAD Quincy. Quincy household incomes are up just 97 percent since 1990, total state pension benefits grew seven times more than than that.

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Quicktakes

What could possibly go wrong with court-ordered tax increase for pensions? Bonds, says Moody’s – Quicktake

In August, we wrote here about an unprecedented appellate court decision affirming an order to an Illinois city to approve a property tax increase...

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Jeanne Ives’ fiery description of how Chicago’s new bond scheme sold out pensioners and taxpayers – Quicktake

I've written constantly over the past year about dangerous, new legislation that authorized Illinois towns and cities to sell off body parts through a...

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Get off it, Illinois Democrats. Your budget wasn’t balanced either. – Quicktake

Illinois Democrats are having a ball ridiculing Governor Rauner for claiming he always submitted balanced budgets and taunting him about balancing his upcoming new...

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Highlights of Rauner’s State of State speech. Hint: This is short. – Quicktake

Governor Rauner's fourth State of the State speech today was mostly a pep rally about Illinois' potential and a list of what he sees...

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Rauner attacks self in face-off with Jeanne Ives – Quicktake

Cold cash is great, but the currency of the realm in Springfield is something more. In yesterday's joint appearance before the Chicago Tribune's editorial board,...

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Leaked Outline of Territorial Debt Relief Act: Any relevance to Illinois and bankruptcy-for-states? – Quicktake

An outline of federal legislation to help Puerto Rico got leaked yesterday. It's linked here. Before you laugh at me for seriously discussing a potential...

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New session will bring new efforts at pension reform? Ha! – Quicktake

Get this through your head, Illinois: The only ways to significantly reduce our state and local unfunded pension liabilities is through either 1) amending...

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Incomes in top 50 Illinois cities can’t keep pace with state pensions – Wirepoints Original

Illinoisans are losing out everywhere they turn. Their incomes are are stagnant. They’ve just been hit with a record $5 billion dollar income tax hike. They have to pay the nation's’ highest property taxes. And they have to pay for the total state pension benefits that have grown exponentially over the past 30 years.

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Illinois state pensions: Overpromised, not underfunded – Wirepoints Special Report

A Wirepoints analysis of historical pension data shows that promised benefits have grown a dramatic 1,061 percent since 1987. Benefits have grown multiple times more than the state budget, the economy and taxpayers ability to pay.

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Illinois politicians: stop guilting taxpayers – Wirepoints Original

For years, the state’s political elite has blamed ordinary Illinoisans for the state’s pension crisis. They say that the state – and by extension taxpayers – have failed to put enough money into government-worker pensions to keep them solvent. We’ve always been suspicious of that claim, and as it turns out, we were right to be.

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Newsradio WJPF interview with Ted Dabrowski – Audio

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Illinois’ pension crisis: Incompetence or malice? – Wirepoints Original

If Illinois were a corporation, think Enron or Worldcom, all kinds of regulators would be sniffing around or breaking doors down. But where are the investigations here? Where are the legislative hearings? The odds of a real investigation happening are zilch. But it's still worth asking the right questions.

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It’s Baaaaack: The Illinois ‘Privilege Tax’ Bill! – Wirepoints Original

Undeterred by national ridicule heaped on Illinois last year, statehouse Democrats are pushing again for passage of a 20% "privilege tax" on investment managers. Thanks to ZeroHedge for republishing.

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Snake oil, the budget impasse and Illinois’ $1 billion in late payment penalties – Wirepoints Original

Pity the average citizen trying to understand any of this based on what politicians say.

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Media Watch

New York Times Opinions: Conservatives Finally Welcome – National Review

Maybe a similar epiphany happening at Crain's Chicago?

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Statement from Sun-Times Media CEO on change in Chicago Reader leadership – Chicago Sun-Times

Comment: The obvious question is whether he was fired because he dared to skewer Pritzker. The Sun-Times, which owns The Reader, is owned by labor unions and their champions, and Pritzker is their boy in the race for Governor.

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ABC Chicago graphics mixes up P.F. Chang’s and Pyeongchang – Business Insider

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New York Times Revels In Chicago Nazi’s GOP Nod, Skips Democrat Hugs of Farrakhan – Newsbusters

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Block Club Chicago Brings Hyperlocal Reporting Back To Chicago Neighborhoods – WBEZ

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Wirepoints Original Stories

Chicago leaders’ hypocritical stance on school choice – Wirepoints Original

Chicago Public Schools and the Chicago Teachers Union have been practicing a corrupted version of school choice that’s done little to improve the lives of CPS students. Instead, it’s led to perverse consequences that actually perpetuate the systemic failures of CPS, leaving far too many students without an education

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Governor Rauner’s New Budget Proposal – Wirepoints Original

Key points jump out that make a protracted fight look likely.

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Press Release: Wirepoints available for comment on Gov. Rauner’s FY 2019 Budget Address

Gov. Rauner has proposed a far less transformational budget for FY 2019. It isn't the budget Illinoisans want or need. If Illinois is going to keep its people here, grow its economy and bring back jobs, lawmakers must pursue much deeper reforms.

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Quicktakes

What could possibly go wrong with court-ordered tax increase for pensions? Bonds, says Moody’s – Quicktake

In August, we wrote here about an unprecedented appellate court decision affirming an order to an Illinois city to approve a property tax increase...

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Jeanne Ives’ fiery description of how Chicago’s new bond scheme sold out pensioners and taxpayers – Quicktake

I've written constantly over the past year about dangerous, new legislation that authorized Illinois towns and cities to sell off body parts through a...

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Get off it, Illinois Democrats. Your budget wasn’t balanced either. – Quicktake

Illinois Democrats are having a ball ridiculing Governor Rauner for claiming he always submitted balanced budgets and taunting him about balancing his upcoming new...

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Top Illinois Stories

Jim Dey: Volunteers scarce to lead takedown of Madigan – News-Gazette

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S&P eyeing Illinois for junk status if no progress on Rauner budget – INN

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Madigan taps trio of women, including Bustos, to change ‘culture of politics’ – Chicago Sun-Times

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Rauner’s pension shift proposal “financially devastating” to Quincy schools – Herald-Whig

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Rauner’s budget plan makes property taxpayers cringe – Belleville News Democrat

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Who is Jeanne Ives? – Daily Journal

Editorial endorsement.

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Rauner / ILGOP Mouthpiece Admits “Madigan’s Favorite Republican” label is … “a joke.” – IL Review

Comment: Rauner's ads claiming Ives is a Madigan favorite are the most dishonest yet this election. To now run from them claiming they were just a joke is doubly dishonest.

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Top Chicago Stories

Slain police commander laid to rest with stories of selflessness, harsh words for suspect – Chicago Tribune

Funeral for Cmdr. Bauer

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Are affluent Americans willing to pay a little for a fairer society? A test case in Chicago – Brookings Institute

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Report: Cook County property tax assessment process unfair to poorer homeowners – Illinois Policy

A new study confirms Cook County's broken property tax assessment system causes owners of lower-value homes to bear a disproportionate share of the tax burden.

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Other Chicago News

Statement from Sun-Times Media CEO on change in Chicago Reader leadership – Chicago Sun-Times

Comment: The obvious question is whether he was fired because he dared to skewer Pritzker. The Sun-Times, which owns The Reader, is owned by labor unions and their champions, and Pritzker is their boy in the race for Governor.

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Chicago River Cruise Tour Ranked Second Most Popular Global Attraction – NBC Chicago

5 to Watch: Vonn, Chen, Rippon Highlight Big Night

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Tax Olympics: Chicago tops the table on taxes and fees – Illinois Policy

In a comparative analysis of taxes and fees in the nation's top 15 cities, Chicago won first place more times than any other city.

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Rauner budget cuts city funds, may offer mandate relief, city official says – INN

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Ald. Edward Burke benefited, Chicago-style, from Vienna hot dog deals | Chicago Sun-Times

This is a story about how hot dogs and money are made, Chicago-style.

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Media Watch

New York Times Opinions: Conservatives Finally Welcome – National Review

Maybe a similar epiphany happening at Crain's Chicago?

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Statement from Sun-Times Media CEO on change in Chicago Reader leadership – Chicago Sun-Times

Comment: The obvious question is whether he was fired because he dared to skewer Pritzker. The Sun-Times, which owns The Reader, is owned by labor unions and their champions, and Pritzker is their boy in the race for Governor.

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ABC Chicago graphics mixes up P.F. Chang’s and Pyeongchang – Business Insider

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