Quinn signs Chicago 911 tax hike into law
Friday, Jun 6, 2014
* From the Twitters…
So, now that Quinn has freed up about $50 million in Chicago general revenue cash, Rahm Emanuel could use that money to pay the increased pension costs associated with his pension reform bill instead of hiking property taxes, which Quinn opposes. So Quinn could now sign that pension bill into law (or just let it become law without his signature) and claim a property tax hike has been avoided.
Or, maybe I’m wrong. But this sure looks wired to my eyes. Yours?