by Mark Suppelsa
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Springfield is tangled up in red tape when they should be focusing on civil laws such as adding women and children into the body of the constitution. What plug had been pulled from them? why are they doing this now as an effort to steer the government to look at what they want? They made thier bed let them lay in it. You will all get your pensions it is a law. You will not all retire at the same time so what do you need the money for? once again nobody governing the government, look at Iowa they have some good idea.
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Pick any survey, any study and you’ll find Illinois ranks dead last in the country with the amount of money owed to public pensions. It’s a scary number.
Yet what’s even more frightening is there no painless solution.
And even though the state’s politicians have for years led us down this dark road, along the way they never failed to line the pension pockets of their cronies and political supporters.
Our WGN investigations have exposed all of these expensive and sometimes illegal pension games.
Join us Monday as we revisit who we’ve exposed and also press these state leaders on how they’re fixing the mess.
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