It has been one full year since the General Assembly passed a budget that ended Illinois’ two-year impasse. The results are in: This policy was a complete failure.
Illinois cities need an option that’s fair to taxpayers and provides long-term sustainability for local governments. Allowing municipalities and local units of government to restructure pension debt through bankruptcy would make pension obligations sustainable and affordable; it would also lead to more reasonable negotiating conditions between unions and government.
The Illinois Opportunity Project Applauds New Jersey Judge’s Decision To Uphold First Amendment Rights
In order to have a flourishing democracy, we must encourage the free flow of ideas without putting private citizens at harm financially or physically who don’t want their information to be shared with the public.
If leaders are serious about reform and providing an adequate education for every student no matter their family’s income or zip code, then they must put their own political agendas aside and support programs like the tax credit scholarships and charter school expansions.
Tired of paying more at the pump? Tired of seeing corrupt politicians get rich while our families are forced to pay for it? Tired of Mike Madigan running the state? Are you ready to do something about it? That’s why the Illinois Opportunity Project exists. We work every day to help get anti-machine, pro-taxpayer candidates […]
The Illinois Opportunity Project (IOP) supports free-market policies to improve quality of life for Illinoisans. IOP is hiring individuals to fulfill Regional Field Organizer positions throughout Illinois to run issue advocacy campaigns and support Republican candidates for office. Role: The primary role of the Regional Field Organizer is to recruit, manage, and train teams of […]