Inaccuracy and unfairness in the property tax assessment process mean some homeowners, especially those in poorer areas, pay a disproportionate share of the overall tax burden.View Report
Regulatory regimes in Illinois often discourage workforce participation without enhancing public welfare. One Senate bill, however, would require regulators to demonstrate the necessity of new rules before imposing them on workers.
Residents can recoup some costs after hitting one of the Windy City’s infamous potholes.
A Chicago city worker terminated in 2017 exhibited a pattern of serious misconduct spanning nearly 20 years. But Illinois’ largest public sector union won him back his job.
The ruling will likely mean higher taxes for Chicagoans.
The country is enjoying a food truck boom, but overbearing regulations threaten the industry. According to a new study, Chicago’s regulatory burden is among the worst.
The Chicago-Naperville-Elgin metro area witnessed population decline over the year, as did nearly every other metro area in Illinois.
Amazon’s team will visit 10 proposed sites in Chicago for its second North American headquarters.
In a comparative analysis of taxes and fees in the nation's top 15 cities, Chicago won first place more times than any other city.
A new study shows 13 percent of Chicago-area homeowners with mortgages owed at least 25 percent more than their homes were worth.
The Office of the City Clerk announced that the change in prices for annual vehicle stickers would follow Consumer Price Index changes.