The 2011 tax hikes cost the state economy $55.8 billion in real GDP from 2012-2016.View Report
As its population and tax base erode, the city of Decatur passed a budget for fiscal year 2018 more than $3 million in the red.
Illinois has been ranked third-to-last for business friendliness in three straight surveys of CEOs.
A new study shows the Windy City’s financial troubles persist, despite a series of tax increases.
The village and school district will likely raise their property tax levies.
Despite objections from faculty, one university chancellor is pressing for a campus restructuring that includes curbing the tuition-heightening costs of administrative bloat.
Increases in several taxes mean a higher tax bill for taxpayers.
The biggest obstacle Illinoisans face in Springfield remains the same: an all-powerful House speaker, and members of both parties who are all too eager to kowtow.
The Land of Lincoln received the lowest possible grade in budget forecasting and legacy costs.
Springfield won’t let millions in unpaid utility bills get in the way of nonessential spending.
A new study highlights the gravity of Illinois' fiscal crisis.