Senate OKs language for graduated tax referendum, voter pamphlet

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SPRINGFIELD – The Illinois Senate on Thursday took the chamber's last step in putting language for a graduated income tax constitutional amendment on the November general election ballot and publishing arguments for and against the measure.The Illinois Constitution Amendment Act requires the General Assembly to prepare a brief explanation of the proposed amendment, a brief argument in favor, a brief argument against, and the form in which the amendment will appear on the ballot in a pamphlet that will be distributed to voters.That means each household with a registered voter will receive the information, which is contained in Senate Joint Resolution 1, by mail.The arguments against were prepared by Republicans. Democrats wrote the arguments for a...

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Senate OKs language for graduated tax referendum, voter pamphlet

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