Olson: No painless fix for Illinois p...

Olson: No painless fix for Illinois pension crisis

There are 3 comments on the Daily Chronicle story from May 19, 2018, titled Olson: No painless fix for Illinois pension crisis. In it, Daily Chronicle reports that:

State Rep. Jeanne Ives speaks to the Northwest Herald editorial board in Crystal Lake. Ives has said increasing property taxes to pay for the state's pension shortfall would be "thievery."

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CanNotTakeItAnym ore

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#1 May 20, 2018
Illinois is TOAST. Run for your fiscal life. Get out of town as fast as you can.

Much of the Pension money goes to Florida to support Cops, Teachers, and Firemen a luxury lifestyle.

Not an easy decision, but you will like the fact that you did it. It is the only way to protect your family from the greedy government employees.

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#2 May 26, 2018
Greedy government employees is the key to why illinois is bankrupt.
Eff Yu

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#3 Oct 2, 2018
We need to fire half the state employees, a bunch of lazy, incompetent malicious jackasses that are ruining our state.

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