Thursday, April 3, 2014

Bruce Rauner: Job One Is Less Government in Illinois

Illinois Gubernatorial Candidate Bruce Rauner has laid out one of the first initiatives he'd address if elected Governor:  Find a way to reduce the total units of government.

Tom Kacich covers the story in the News-Gazette:
One of the first things he'd do as governor, Republican nominee Bruce Rauner said Wednesday, is appoint a task force to study Illinois' state and local government structure with an eye toward reducing their numbers and size.
Rauner also said, during a brief stop at the Scott Bidner farm northwest of Champaign, that he soon will unveil "a comprehensive tax review and tax overhaul" plan.
We know that reducing government is something that makes sense for every voter - except folks who happen to be elected as Township Supervisors - and we here at the Truth Team support it.

We've covered Dan Cronin's effort in DuPage in the past.  We can't wait to hear more about Rauner's plan.
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