Posted March 28, 2017 1:29 pm by Comments (2)

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S&P said the latest bill is likely to receive enough votes to overturn a subsequent veto based on strong bipartisan support for the original measure. But it noted that Chicago must still come up with additional money for pensions in 2023 when larger contributions will be needed.

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bob oriole park

Property taxpayers are at risk, extreme risk, with the funding plan. They seem to have overlooked that fact. Last sessions version of the bill contained the same automatic, unlimited property tax increases the Police and Fire pension bill had. This one must be the same way.