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ICPR’s research report on the Cook County property tax system was mentioned in this article. Via – Capitol Fax “Gov. Bruce Rauner was joined by homeowners in south suburban Chicago Thursday as he took steps to end a property tax…
ICPR was mentioned in this article Via – WGN “CHICAGO — With just nine weeks before the primary, candidates for Illinois governor have been showing up at more and more forums to talk to voters. Fundraising in the race for Illinois…
Executive Director Sarah Brune was quoted in this article. Via- NPR “Making resolutions for a new year is a popular tradition, and better late than never is a familiar expression. With that in mind, here’s a suggestion for Illinois lawmakers…
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