February 18, 2015
By Illinois Policy

One of the biggest wins in this proposal is that the governor did not propose tax increases or borrowing.

Gov. Bruce Rauner delivered a proposal on Feb. 18 that would put Illinois on track to have a truly balanced budget at the end of the budget season for the first time since 2001.

One of the biggest wins in this proposal is that the governor did not propose tax increases or borrowing.

So what happens next? Click here to check out a detailed overview of the budgeting process and an explanation Rauner’s ideas for fiscal year 2016.

TAGS: Bruce Rauner, budget