Jim Meadows / WILL
May 05, 2016

Nonprofit Hospitals; State Parks; Captain America

On the 21st: Seven out of 10 of the most profitable hospitals in the US are nonprofit -- we learned about what it means to be a nonprofit hospital, and what we should -- and should not -- take away from the earnings numbers. Plus, a local radio host joined us to share why he took action to help reopen a state park in Madison County.
May 05, 2016

Behind The Failure Of The Graduated Income Tax

Despite recent hype over the possibility of legislators putting questions on the November ballot to change the constitution, the Illinois House adjourned Wednesday without even voting on proposed amendments. Their lack of action means voters won't be asked whether they want to change how they're taxed.

Portrait of David Merriman
University of Illinois-Chicago
May 04, 2016

U Of I Economist Weighs In On Graduated Income Tax

Economist David Merriman with the University of Illinois Institute of Government and Public Affairs says a graduated income tax makes sense for the state, but questions the proposed rates currently on the table.  Merriman discusses the proposals with Illinois Public Media's Brian Moline.

Bruce Rauner is the Republican nominee for governor of Illinois.
(Amanda Vinicky/IPR)
May 03, 2016

As Rauner Hunts For A Grand Bargain, He’s Leaving The Actual Bargaining To Others

As the state budget impasse has entered an eleventh month, Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner says he's hopeful a "grand bargain" can be worked out by the end of May; but he's leaving the bargaining to others.

Groups of legislators have been meeting in private, attempting to hammer out compromises. Rauner says even though he's the governor he's not directly involved in talks.

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