Governor Bruce Rauner’s budget address seemed to engender two primary responses: Those who support his message and those who indict it. Peoria Public Radio's Tanya Koonce reports:
The Illinois Manufacturers Association applauded it. The Illinois Policy Institute praised it and so did the Illinois Chamber of Commerce. But home health care works disagreed.
Nancee Custer works for Community Care. She picketed with other home health care workers yesterday outside Lutheran Social Services in Peoria. Cluster says the budget gridlock is the Governor’s fault: