December 9, 2016


Governor Bruce Rauner has been at the center of recent news
stories covering the State budget crisis. (Photo by Steve Vance.)
Editor’s Note: “The Continuing Crisis” is a section of APAC News which links to news pertinent to the State budget crisis and other financial matters as they affect the University and Academic Professionals. These news outlets are not affiliated with or endorsed by APAC.
PUBLIC EMPLOYEE union files lawsuit to stop Governor Rauner from imposing contract terms, Chicago Tribune, Dec. 1, 2016:
RAUNER SCORES big win over union on contract talks, Chicago Tribune, Nov. 16, 2016:
HIGHER ED employees may face furloughs, Illinois Public Media, Nov. 14, 2016:
UNIVERSITY HAS cut more than 500 jobs in last 18 months, News-Gazette, Oct. 6, 2016:
MANY PROFESSORS leaving Illinois, Crain’s Chicago Business, July 30, 2016:
LABOR BOARD denies Governor Rauner’s request to expedite union case, State Journal-Register, July 7, 2016:

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