‘Who Ruined Illinois?’: Interview with Daniel Vock

 
A legislative chamber at the Illinois Statehouse.

A legislative chamber at the Illinois Statehouse.

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Mounting pension debt, persistent cash flow issues, and political gridlock – Illinois has a lot of problems. But it wasn’t always this way.

In a recent article for Governing magazine , Daniel Vock examines how the state got here

"Our research was looking at the biggest factor in the downward trends in Illinois finances and public confidence – it appears to be the governors," Vock told NPR Illinois in an interview. 

Story source: Illinois Public Radio