Pensions have voters considering change in Constitution
Another election, another Illinois Constitution question on the ballot.
In November, for the third consecutive general election, voters are being asked whether to change the state’s 1970 Constitution. This time, it’s a request to increase the number of votes needed to increase pension benefits.
The proposed amendment, backed by powerful House Speaker Michael Madigan, D-Chicago, is aimed at addressing the state’s crushing, unfunded pension debt.
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