On final week’s episode, we regarded again at a few of the tales we coated in 2019. However with the brand new yr upon us, we thought it could be an excellent time to look ahead. We focus on a few of the points you will be listening to extra about this yr.
* Sean Crawford talks with Alan Greenblatt who, as a reporter for Governing Journal, examined why the political divide has given option to extra one celebration management in statehouses throughout the nation. We hear what he has to say as we head towards one other election season.
* Brian Mackey joins us to preview a query that might be on the poll in Illinois the autumn. It might change the state’s flat earnings tax system to 1 with a graduated tax. These incomes larger quantities would pay extra.
* Charlie Wheeler joins us to elucidate how Illinois had a graduted tax, for a quick time.
* Daisy Contreras visited the Cass County group of Beardstown and why getting an correct census depend is a priority there. Mary Hansen additionally tells us what the state is doing to make sure everybody participates within the census.
* Brian Mackey provides us one final pay attention again to the voices in Illinois authorities and politics in 2019.
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