People in wheelchairs, people with guide dogs, and others representing those who need social services packed an Illinois Senate committee hearing room on Monday to testify about the impact of Gov. Bruce Rauner’s proposed budget cuts.
CBS 2’s Jim Williams visited a South Side family hurt by state budget cuts even before the governor took office.
A West Side alderman has proposed an ordinance that would give some special attention to families whose children repeatedly violate the city’s curfew for young people.
Illinois’ “Transitional Assistance” program has helped homeless, disabled and unemployed state residents for years, but now it’s gone away, a victim of the state’s budget shortfall.
A Chicago human services agency warns that people who need help will be harmed by budget cuts Gov. Pat Quinn plans to impose.