If Illinois adopted Virginia’s spending habits along with policies that can reduce costs and raise home values, the Prairie State could vastly reduce the property tax burden that Illinois homeowners currently face.View Report
The Illinois side of the Quad Cities is already seeing population loss as residents pack up and leave high tax burdens behind.
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.
Policy failures have resulted in a steady stream of income flowing to neighboring states.
A new ad campaign by the Badger State digs into millennials’ growing disillusion with the Land of Lincoln.
Illinois’ failure to keep and attract residents is driving the Land of Lincoln’s population decline.
A series of recent reports have illustrated the severity of the Land of Lincoln’s outmigration trend.
Solving Illinois’ people problem requires addressing the high cost of government, which makes the state far less attractive for people looking to plant roots.
Heavy losses of Illinoisans to other states have caused the Land of Lincoln to shrink for four consecutive years.
Census data released Dec. 20 show the Land of Lincoln is no longer the fifth-largest state in the U.S.
Illinois’ exodus of people and money is the state’s most pressing policy problem. Until lawmakers get serious about addressing its causes, there’s little reason to think the trend will change.