Friday, September 22, 2017
Cook County's recently imposed tax on sugary beverages has so many holes it that the county might never clean up the whole mess it's making, Nathaniel Hamilton of Project Six told the Chicago City Wire.
Chris Cleveland says that for all the talk of the revolutionary new school funding formula, there's still the fact that Illinois is relying on its same old way of doing things: raising taxes.
The recently passed school funding legislation has given Chicago another shovel to dig itself deeper into debt, the founder of the financial news website WirePoints contends.
A property tax incentive to help growth in Belmon Cragin was recently proposed to the city council by Mayor Rahm Emanuel.