Why didn't the new governor address Illinois' greatest crisis?
from Crain's Chicago Business
It's true: There's a time and a place for everything. And a new governor's inaugural is meant to be a party — a time to celebrate new beginnings and to inspire pols and voters alike. So lacing one's inaugural address with terms like "debt amortization," "funding ratios" and "actuarial formulas" might have been a bit of a buzzkill, but that's the job J.B. Pritzker signed up for when he ran to be the 43rd governor of a state struggling with unfunded public employee pension liabilities of $130 billion and counting.
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