COVID-19 in Illinois updates: Here’s what’s happening Thursday


The Democratic governor’s $41.6 billion finances blueprint accommodates no new tax will increase and avoids main service cuts. As a substitute, it depends closely on ending the enterprise tax breaks, extending compensation of state borrowing, shifting earmarked revenues to the state’s basic checking account and utilizing current federal COVID-19 reduction funding to pare down a finances deficit of greater than $2.6 billion.