Thursday, January 21, 2021

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Wirepoints Original Stories

Legislators ignore COVID, economy in favor of spending even more – Wirepoints on WJOL’s Slocum in the Morning

Ted Dabrowski was on WJOL's Slocum in the Morning talking about how Illinois' last legislative session failed to tackle the items hurting residents the most: COVID-19 and the economy. Instead, politicians passed a slew of bills that will increase the cost of government.

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New Zillow study shows contrast in home values across ethnicities – Quicktake

The home-value gap for blacks is particularly big for Chicago -- 37% -- which is higher than the ten other largest cities in America and well above the national average gap of 16%.

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Illinois’ COVID-19 data: Daily update for Jan. 21, 2021 – Wirepoints

Daily COVID-19 data update for January 21, 2021. Includes new data on vaccinations in Illinois.

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How Illinois can save more lives by vaccinating the elderly first and how the inconsistency of Illinois’ lockdown rules create more chaos – Wirepoints on AM 560’s The Morning Answer

Ted was on AM 560's The Morning Answer this week talking about how Illinois can save more lives by giving the elderly the COVID vaccine before any other group, the inconsistency of Illinois' destructive lockdown rules, and how Illinois' leadership doesn't appear to have any real plan to bring the COVID crisis to an end.  

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The Feds may force well-run states to bail out Illinois, Iawmakers’ emboldened spending, and Pritzker’s failed $500 million business tax hike. – Wirepoints on AM560’s Black and Right with John Anthony

Ted was on Black and Right with John Anthony this week talking about the how the Biden stimulus will ultimate force taxpayers in well-run states to pay for Illinois' self-inflicted crises, how Madigan's departure might hasten Illinois' decline because big-spending politicians have more power, and lawmakers' failure to pass Pritzker's $500 million tax hike on businesses.

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