Democratic legislative leaders and Illinois Governor JB Pritzker on Thursday announced an agreement on the state’s fiscal year 2023 budget that aims to pay down $1.2 billion in state debt and includes temporary tax relief in times of high inflation.
Most taxpayers are expected to receive one-time direct payments from the state under the new deal, as well as short-term tax relief on gas, groceries and real estate.
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