Last quote by Catherine Kelly
Some progress has been made, but more work is needed to achieve a good deal for taxpayers. We encourage senators to keep working.feedback
Mar 01 2017
We can learn a lot about a person if we know what types of things he or she talks about or comments on the most frequently. There are numerous topics with which Catherine Kelly is associated, including Springfield and Chicago. Most recently, Catherine Kelly has been quoted saying: “We cannot raise income taxes permanently in exchange for a temporary property-tax freeze. We need a truly balanced budget with a hard cap on spending, term limits and changes that lead to new jobs and strong schools.” in the article Illinois Senate faces tough votes on taxes, school funding.
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Quotes by Catherine Kelly
Mar 01 2017
We cannot raise income taxes permanently in exchange for a temporary property-tax freeze. We need a truly balanced budget with a hard cap on spending, term limits and changes that lead to new jobs and strong schools.feedback
Jan 13 2017
Continuing to blame the governor, who has been in office two years, for decades of fiscal mismanagement and bad decision-making is getting old. CPS willingly chose to budget for money they had not received and knew was contingent upon real pension reform.feedback
Jan 09 2017
The bill essentially authorizes another property tax hike on the people of Chicago and sets a funding cliff five years out without any assurances that the city can meet its obligations. The governor cannot support this bill without real pension reform that protects taxpayers.feedback
Dec 30 2016
Members of the majority will face a clear choice when they return to Springfield: reach a bipartisan balanced budget with reforms or support Speaker Madigan's status quo of crisis and higher taxes without any reforms to our broken system.feedback
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