A majority of respondents said they don’t want a temporary income tax hike to become permanent. On the flip side, a majority of respondents said they also don’t want to see spending cuts to programs which benefit students, the poor and the disabled.
It’s a scandal unto itself about the organization that’s supposed to be looking out for Illinois consumers in utility rate-making. But the story’s significance goes beyond that scandal. It should also seal the case against CEJA, the Clean Energy Jobs Act.