The proposal would create a nonprofit that would design and run the bank with oversight from an 11-member board.
It is imperative that policies also consider costs, benefits, and the competitiveness of the U.S. and Illinois economy, writes Alex Messina of the Illinois Chamber of Commerce.
Illinois has the ability to prevent the biggest electric increase in state history, writes David Kolata of the Citizens Utility Board.
Two major bills aimed at getting the state to 100% renewable power would slightly increase charges on utility customers.
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