Illinois is a special place to so many people in the state and across the nation. We are a great state with a rich history and terrific communities. Yet we are in poor shape with our state finances, inhibiting us from thriving financially. This is why I outlined a blueprint to get our state fiscally back on track. It’s called “The Batinick Blueprint.”
This eight-part blueprint provides an outline of the changes and reforms we can make to improve in various fields of policy.
Here are the eight parts of The Batinick Blueprint:
- Property Tax Reform
- Education Reform
- Increasing State Business with Women and Minority-Owned Businesses
- Modernization of Government
- Business Climate Balance
- Citizen Recall
- Pension Reform
- Variable Income Tax
The Batinick Blueprint is a way we can address our fiscal problems as a state, take the steps to fix these problems, and move forward towards a future of growth. We need to clarify where needed, reduce and remove burdensome regulations, and make the necessary adjustments to move our state in the right direction. I am looking forward to future discussions about these ideas, substantive policies that result from these, and implementing these changes for Illinois. Let’s work together by following the blueprint.