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Fiscal Issues, Detroit Crowd Debates on Midwestern Ballot
October 31, 2014 Midwestern voters head to the polls Tuesday to decide the fate of a handful of finance-related ballot questions and the...

Wisconsin Transportation Refunding on Tap
October 30, 2014 Wisconsin will refund $132 million of transportation revenue bonds on Thursday, two days after state voters cast a decision on...

University Of Missouri Plans More Borrowing
October 30, 2014 The University of Missouri Curators sold $150 million of new-money taxable bonds Monday with tentative plans to return the...

Finances at Issue as Illinois Voters Pick Comptroller and Treasurer
October 29, 2014 Barraged with political advertisements about the state's fiscal mess, Illinois voters will elect leaders for two fiscal...

Illinois Gets Big Fertilizer Plant Project
October 29, 2014 A foreign company has selected Illinois as the site of its planned $1.4 billion fertilizer plant with the help of some local...

Illinois Toll Agency Readying Latest New Money Deal
October 28, 2014 The Illinois State Toll Highway Authority will returns to the market Thursday to borrow $400 million of new-money, toll-backed...

Illinois and Wisconsin Systems to Merge
October 28, 2014 Wisconsin's Mercy Health System and Illinois' Rockford Health System plan to join forces as soon as December pending...

Controversial Illinois Coal Plant Has New CEO
October 28, 2014 Prairie State Generating Co. has named Donald Gaston its new president and chief executive officer after a nationwide search.

Moody's Peers Into Wisconsin's Pension Health
October 28, 2014 Wisconsin and its local governments face relatively low levels of fiscal pressure with a stable outlook due to distinct traits...

Freda Johnson Awards to Lois Scott and Kym Arnone
October 24, 2014 Chicago's chief financial officer Lois Scott and veteran New York-based banker and Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board chair...


Americans are suffering the consequences of Congress, governors and legislators across the U.S. pushing the burden of today's costs onto the backs of tomorrow's taxpayers by repeatedly putting off infrastructure repairs and new construction.

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