Should Illinois' current flat-tax system be changed to a graduated income tax as the state attempts to deal with its ongoing budget struggles? Two experts debate the merits of the two tax systems.

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News Local/State - August 29, 2017

Illinois Issues: Flat Vs. Graduated Income Tax

Commentary: Should Illinois' current flat-tax system be changed to a graduated income tax as the state attempts to deal with its ongoing budget struggles? Two experts debate the merits of the two tax systems.

Christensen lawyers Evan and Tom Bruno meet the media outside Urbana Federal Court

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News Local/State - August 28, 2017

Trial In Yingying Zhang Kidnapping Postponed Until February

A federal judge in Urbana has postponed until February the trial of the man accused of kidnapping U of I visiting scholar Yingying Zhang. The trial of Brendt Christensen is now scheduled to begin on February 27, 2018.

Bruce Rauner

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News Local/State - August 28, 2017

Governor Signs Bill Blocking State Police Arrests On Immigration Status

Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner signed a law Monday meant to protect immigrants who are in the U-S illegally. The law is called the TRUST Act, and it prohibits Illinois police from arresting people based only on their immigration status, unless they have a warrant signed by a judge.

Gov. Bruce Rauner

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News Local/State - August 28, 2017

Rauner Signs Automatic Voter Registration Bill

Republican Gov. Bruce Rauner signed a measure Monday allowing automatic voter registration in Illinois. Illinois joins more than half a dozen other states with some form of automatic registration, which proponents say boosts civic participation.  

Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner

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The 21st Show - August 28, 2017

Voter Registration; Hate Crimes; Risks Of Combining Prescription Drugs

On the 21st: We discussed the new voter registration legislation signed by the governor. Plus, we got a preview of an upcoming public hate crime forum at Bradley University and talked to a Chicago Tribune reporter whose investigation into the dangers of combining prescription drugs has led to new pharmacy regulations in Illinois.

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