Illinois Gov. Bruce Rauner took to Facebook Tuesday to say the Illinois Senate has agreed to number of pieces to a potential state budget.
But, Rauner said, there is one thing missing.
“We’ve got pension reform done through the Senate. We’ve got procurement reform done through the Senate. We’ve gotten some other things that are very close to being done,” Rauner said during his half-hour Facebook Live event. “At this point, the biggest issue, the one that’s really holding things up the most is the property tax issue.”
Rauner said he wants more than just the two year property tax freeze pitched in the Illinois Senate.