Governor Rauner Proposed a Balanced Budget Three Months Ago

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Three months ago this week, Governor Rauner addressed the Illinois General Assembly and proposed a balanced budget for the state.

Governor Rauner’s budget proposal meets provisions set forth in the historic school funding compromise passed last year, addresses the looming pension crisis, and opens the door to rolling back the Madigan 32% income tax hike.

With time running short in the General Assembly’s spring legislative session, now is the time for parties enact a balanced budget for a full year.

The Governor made his case three months ago. It’s time for both parties to come to the table.