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One year later: 2017 tax hike failed

It has been one full year since the General Assembly passed a budget that ended Illinois’ two-year impasse. The results are in: This policy was a complete failure.

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Janus v. AFSCME: A win for state workers and taxpayers

If there is hope that Illinois will recover from financial disaster, weak job growth, record-high taxes and massive population loss, the Supreme Court’s Janus v. AFSCME ruling is a good first step on that path to recovery.

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Empty Promises, Empty Wallets: Illinois Among The Worst For Business

Chief Executive Magazine has ranked Illinois 48th on their list of best and worst states for business. It is the same abysmal ranking the state held last year. Politicians, special interests and junk economists in Springfield, by contrast, see the status quo as good enough.

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Legislators Pat Small Businesses On The Back in District; Stab Them In The Back In Springfield

Many politicians claim to support the hardworking small business owners in their communities, but the proof is in their voting records. Well over half of Illinois General Assembly members received a failing grade from the National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB) on their most recent scorecard, meaning these lawmakers voted against business-friendly policies more often than not.

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Will Super Tuesday Impact the Illinois Primary?

Dan Proft discussed the impact Super Tuesday could have on the Illinois Primary on ABC 7 news.

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Illinois’ Lesson for Millennials

A new political generation has arrived: the millennials… If Republicans and Libertarians are to remain relevant then we have to make an authentic, compelling and optimistic case for free markets.

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