Five steps could return Illinois’ economy to viability
State must be more friendly to business interests
It’s several days past New Year’s Day, but it’s not too late for a New Year’s resolution.
Gov. Pat Quinn and legislative leaders should dedicate themselves this year to a single purpose – setting up an environment that will make the state a job-creating machine.
The state is blessed with natural resources, transportation, and workers. However, it is hampered by an attitude toward businesses that borders on hostile: too many regulations and too many taxes and fees. The result is job growth that lags behind the rest of the country, giving bordering states an advantage.
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