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Rauner looks to Washington for the power to change pension benefits

Rauner looks to Washington for the power to change pension benefits

Stymied by a Democrat-controlled General Assembly and still in a contract dispute with the largest state employee union, Republican Gov. Bruce Rauner is looking to Washington for help advancing his agenda to weaken the influence of organized labor in Illinois. He’s lobbying Congress to give states like Illinois the power to change public employee pension Read More >>

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Dan Wagner installed as President-elect of Illinois Realtors

Dan Wagner installed as President-elect of Illinois Realtors

Realtor Dan Wagner has been installed as the 2018 President-elect of Illinois Realtors. Wagner is the senior vice president of government relations for the Oak Brook-based Inland Real Estate Group of Companies, one of the nation’s largest commercial real estate and finance organizations. Click here to read more…

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Oak Brook Chamber plans leadership forum

Oak Brook Chamber plans leadership forum

The Greater Oak Brook Chamber of Commerce is holding its Annual Legislative Leadership Forum from 7:15 to 8:45 a.m. on Oct. 17 This large breakfast event will be presented at the Drury Lane Theater & Conference Center, 100 Drury Lane, Oak Ballroom, Oakbrook Terrace. Click here to read more…

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Capitol Connection: Chamber of Commerce President Todd Maisch talks about Governor Rauner’s trip overseas.

Capitol Connection: Chamber of Commerce President Todd Maisch talks about Governor Rauner’s trip overseas.

See the interview here.

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Taxed in Haste

Taxed in Haste

In the waning days of the Spring Session, the Illinois General Assembly passed surprising legislation, permanently increasing the state’s individual income tax rate to five percent and the corporate income tax rate to seven percent—that’s right; permanent. Early versions of the legislation (SB-9) contained temporary tax rate increases. However, one of the last amendments to Read More >>

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