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by Ellyn Fortino
11:02pm
Mon May 11

After Pension Ruling, Experts Say Illinois Lawmakers Should 'Face Up' To Need For New Revenue

After the Illinois Superme Court struck down the state's 2013 pension-cutting law on Friday, some economic and political experts say Springfield lawmakers and Gov. Bruce Rauner need to get serious about new revenue options to help address the state's pension and budgetary pressures.

PI Original
by Ellyn Fortino
7:28pm
Mon Feb 23

Election 2015: Will Emanuel Avoid A Runoff?

Progress Illinois provides an election preview of Chicago's mayoral election, in which incumbent Rahm Emanuel could be forced into an April runoff contest.

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by Ellyn Fortino
12:52pm
Fri Jan 23

Experts Discuss Outcomes Of 2013 Chicago School Closings

Progress Illinois provides highlights from a panel discussion on the aftermath of the 2013 school closings in Chicago.

PI Original
by Ellyn Fortino
12:58pm
Tue Jan 13

Garcia Talks Public Transit, TIF & Red Light Cameras At U Of C

At a Monday night talk at the University of Chicago's Institute of Politics, Chicago mayoral candidate Jesus "Chuy" Garcia reiterated his support for scaling back the city's red light camera and tax increment financing (TIF) programs as well as his desire to boost investments in public transportation. Progress Illinois provides highlights from the discussion.

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