Illinois House Speaker Michael Madigan (D-Chicago) said he will call a vote this spring on making the state's temporary income tax increase permanent.
One of the top Democrats in the Illinois legislature is calling for a "millionaire's tax."
When lawmakers raised individual income taxes from three percent to five percent a few years ago, it came with an expiration date.
One of the most powerful Democrats in Illinois is calling for a drastic reduction in the state's corporate income tax.
Money will likely be tight for politicians crafting Illinois’ next budget, despite a pension law that's supposed to save $160 billion.