What followed was a $1.6 million deal for a Lightfoot donor who supplied used laptops and iPads, some of which didn’t work for remote learning.
Lo que siguió fue un acuerdo de $1.6 millones para un contribuyente de la campaña de Lightfoot que suministró computadoras portátiles y iPads usadas, algunas de las cuales no funcionaron para el aprendizaje virtual.
U.S. Representative Darin LaHood said he voted against legislation to infuse the postal service with $25 billion because the agency is operating with “a $12 billion surplus.” But USPS has operated at a net loss since 2007.
Illinois districts face looming tech costs, fiscal uncertainty.
Los distritos de Illinois enfrentan inminentes costos tecnológicos, inseguridad fiscal.
Chicago’s mayor has long-promised to reform how special tax funds are spent on private projects. Her first move is a step but isn’t big enough for some.
The head of the city’s police union claims studies show consent decrees reining in officer conduct are unsuccessful and are often followed by an uptick in crime.
Illinois’ wealthiest candidates for governor have disclosed little when it comes to their personal finances. But what they have revealed indicates they leverage tax code flexibility out of reach for most.
In refusing to release comprehensive tax information, wealthy rivals forego a possibility of debunking specious attacks about their finances.
Rauner remains persistent in arguing that his past budgets were all balanced, despite broad and convincing evidence to the contrary.