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Energy reform bills ‘on the back burner’ as session nears adjournment Energy reform bills ‘on the back burner’ as session nears adjournment

Energy reform bills ‘on the back burner’ as session nears adjournment

As the General Assembly moves toward its May 31 adjournment with issues such as a state budget, graduated income tax, and the legalization of sports gambling and recreational marijuana still to be decided, an ambitious package of energy market reforms will likely have to wait until the fall veto session or later before moving forward.

Graduated tax amendment heads to House floor Graduated tax amendment heads to House floor

Graduated tax amendment heads to House floor

A constitutional amendment that would allow the state to impose higher tax rates on greater margins of income needs only a vote from the full Illinois House to be brought to voters after passing committee Monday.  Discussion at the House Revenue and Finance Committee meeting to debate whether the question should be put on the 2020 election ballot centered largely on a proposed graduated...
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