There’s new controversy surrounding Democratic candidate for governor J.B. Pritzker.
Springfield Mayor Jim Langfelder will be asking aldermen to approve some tax increases when he presents the new city budget next month.
Now that higher taxes are taking effect, state officials are putting out information on how those tax rates will affect you.
Your city taxes won’t be going up in Springfield in the coming year… unless you’re planning to stay at one of the local hotels.
It’s one of the new city taxes Springfield Mayor Jim Langfelder is proposing… but he says maybe you won’t have to pay it.
More details could come out Monday on a possible deal to end the gridlock over the state budget.
Springfield Mayor Jim Langfelder’s new city budget is expected to include “revenue enhancements”… or what you would more likely call tax hikes.
After a budget stalemate lasting almost exactly one year, Illinois lawmakers appear ready to vote on a plan that would fund elementary and secondary education for the coming year…
If you’re wondering who to blame for the state budget crisis, the answer may be you, at least in part.
The budget situation will go from bad to much worse in just days unless lawmakers return and take action… that warning comes from Governor Bruce Rauner and top administration