Small Business Saturday: Small businesses are Illinois’ most resilient
Illinois’ “mom and pop” businesses with fewer than 20 employees are the only kind to have added jobs during the pandemic
Official voting results on Amendment 1 have not been announced: Statement from the Illinois Policy Institute
The State Board of Elections will certify the election by Dec. 5. This will include the final outcome of Amendment 1, the proposed amendment to the Illinois Constitution.
Amendment 1 hasn’t reached 60% approval: Statement from the Illinois Policy Institute
The votes are still being counted for Amendment 1, the proposed amendment to the Illinois Constitution.
Polls open for Nov. 8 general election
Illinois Policy Institute experts available to comment on Amendment 1, the issue at the top of the ballot
Five facts about Amendment 1 before Election Day
Proposed constitutional amendment would expand government unions' extreme power in Illinois
Property tax hike in disguise could cost Illinoisans billions
Amendment 1 could lock in $4 billion in statewide property tax hikes by 2026
Among its neighbors, only Illinois’ business tax climate has declined since 2018
Illinois' unemployment rate is worst in the nation