Much of the reaction to Gov. Quinn's State of the State yesterday had to do with that piece about fixing the state's finances. He's proposing a 50-percent income tax hike, higher taxes on businesses, and changes to state pension and health-care plans. Both parties of the state legislature will have ample opportunity to make changes before the end of May. Illinois Public Radio's Sean Crawford has more on the reception to Quinn and his budget.
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