Expect More than Fireworks this July

June 30, 2020 July will bring us more than just fireworks and freedom this year. July 1st signals higher taxes in Illinois and increased pressure on already burdened small businesses. As if the past few months were not enough to cause distress and financial panic for many Illinois families and small businesses, Governor Pritzker will […]

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Wisconsin to Illinois: “We’re not cleaning up your mess.”

May 22, 2020 By: Matt Rodewald, Director of Communications Many of us have noticed during the COVID shutdown one thing about life at home. If you’re a parent, you’ve certainly figured out the one tough thing. If you’re trying to work from home and keep your kids on track with online learning, it just feels […]

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Pritzker’s Continued Assault On The Middle Class

For a state that already burdens its residents with the highest state and local tax burden, the $7 billion in new taxes introduced this session shows just how out of touch the ruling class in Springfield has become and illustrates their incompetence at managing money.

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Springfield Spring Break

Unfortunately, we expect legislators to return next week reenergized to continue passing bad legislation. The battle for your home, your child’s education, and your pocketbook is still far from over this session.

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Pump The Brakes On The Gas Tax

Why is it Chicago Democrats’ first instinct to tax us more rather than eliminating wasteful spending and using existing funds more responsibly? Is it that they don’t respect us? Is it that they don’t care?

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What We Want to See from Governor J.B. Pritzker

Families should not serve government, government should serve families, particularly those most in need. Yet, in Illinois, that isn’t what happens. Instead, politicians run up debt, using taxpayers as a piggy bank to fund their own pet projects and increase their power.

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