If enough of us would accept it will take tax increases and cuts and apply some pressure to our officials within Illinois, we could save our state.
Nine universities have dealt with two years’ worth of 34 percent cuts.
Chicago is doing better than the rest of the state with more and better-quality jobs, but it lags behind other big cities like Boston and New York.
“I want everyone in the state to have the choices I had to have my babies, to have their babies, to have their life.”
Now keep it going. Now, how about acting up and out about your own home, your own state? It’s in crisis.
There have been rumors and reports that a Democratic alternative or two to House Speaker Mike Madigan will be offered up when lawmakers reconvene.
More lawmakers and citizens might want to be ready to make their arguments on the thorny social issues in our communities as Trump takes office.