As voters continue to cast ballots in Illinois, a key part of the state's financial picture is being decided. A constitutional amendment that would swap Illinois' flat income tax for a graduated tax, with a different rate for higher earners, is seen as a way to shore up Illinois' budget. But how much would it help the state? And what happens if the proposal fails? We'll have a discussion.
We'll hear about the brief time Illinois had a graduated tax and why that changed.
Also, a reporting investigation has uncovered more details about COVID-19 outbreaks in Illinois - where they've occurred and some of the reasons why.
That and more on this week's Statewide.
* Hannah Meisel speaks with Sky Chadde, with the Midwest Center for Investigative Reporting, about their findings that show undisclosed incidents of COVID-19 at facilities like prisons, businesses, schools, meatpacking plants and more.