Gov. J.B. Pritzker wants to build up Illinois' depleted reserve fund to help stabilize the state's financial future, but that promise depends …
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The Illinois Treasurer plans to auction off old coins, currency, baseball cards and even a 100-ounce bar of silver, among other lots of unclai…
A Minnesota millionaire who highlighted a loophole in the state's food stamp program might be getting what he wants.
Workers in the service industry in Wisconsin may be looking at a raise if a measure under discussion in the state legislature passes.
Illinois lawmakers discussed further phasing out cash bond requirements for people arrested for low-level criminal offenses.
The scale of the debt weighing down the Pennsylvania Turnpike is staggering, with $11.8 billion in obligations already on the books and hundre…
A bipartisan effort by lawmakers looks to reform Colorado’s bail laws so low-level offenders won’t have to pay a cash bail for petty crimes.
The Louisiana Legislature built up a surplus of about $85 million even as legislators demanded executive branch agencies tighten their belts.
Illinois officials have their eyes on a potential payday from legalizing new forms of gambling, but state revenue specialists warn that it may not be the jackpot they’re hoping for.
Illinois’ political leaders have far more money in their war chests than leaders of any other state.