The governor’s office issued a concerning response to a simple request for the numbers backing up his “fair tax” proposal.


More than a week after claiming his income tax proposal would raise $3.4 billion in new revenue, Gov. J.B. Pritzker’s office now claims it can’t find the math used to calculate that number.

This doesn’t inspire confidence in the governor’s plan for a graduated income tax, which would require eliminating one of Illinois’ “few saving graces” for taxpayers: a constitutionally protected flat income tax.

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