A proposal to change Illinois' constitution was unsuccessful this week. It would have shifted Illinois away from a flat income tax, where everyone pays the same rate, to a graduated system with higher rates for wealthier individuals. The governor made it a cornerstone of his effort to improve the state's budget picture.
Why did it fail and how will it impact J.B. Pritzker's political capital going forward?
That story and more on this week's Statewide.
* Sean Crawford talks with University of Illinois Springfield Professor Emeritus Kent Redfield about Illinois House Speaker Michael Madigan. Did he drag down his party on some key ballot questions?