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If we learned anything from the pension debates of 2013 and 2014, it is that any major bill introduced on the floor will be one devised by the people who created the problem.

We have 60 days to decide if we will watch truly vulnerable persons exploited in service to the power interests of the purveyors of big government or demand government programs properly serve their intended beneficiaries.

A recent ruling from the Illinois Supreme Court is ominous for the future of practical pension reform and the quality of life for all Illinoisans.

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    Closed Door Policy

    If we learned anything from the pension debates of 2013 and 2014, it is that any major bill introduced on the floor will be one devised by the people who created the problem. We will be told that this bill is our only hope. And, we will be told to fall in line with the legislation, because we have to do something.

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    Illinois’ Inconvenient Truth

    It would be great if we lived in a world where the State of Illinois’ Medicaid system was not so mismanaged that a convicted terrorist could be hired as an Obamacare navigator.

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    Illinois’ Pro-Business Win

    It’s election season and sometimes – sometimes – this works out for the businesses and taxpayers who are usually under attack by Illinois’ ruling class.

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