"Celebrating the Arts in Chicago" with Chicago Shakespeare Theatre and Chicago Sinfonietta
The Civic Committee of the Commercial Club of Chicago has consistently focused on the State’s serious financial issues and the need to develop a comprehensive plan to solve them and change the negative narrative about Illinois. Our statement and policy position outline why the Civic Committee is opposed to the proposed referendum to permit a graduated income tax.
The Civic Committee works with business leaders, public officials, and other civic and community organizations on game-changing initiatives to promote the social and economic well-being of our region.
It’s no secret that Illinois’ finances are in big trouble. And yet, there is no comprehensive plan to get the state’s finances under control.
Kids First Chicago helps develop plan to bridge digital divide for Chicago school children.
The Financial Squeeze on the state and its agencies tightens as voters say "no" to new taxes
Much of the strength of Chicago's economy rests on its vast transportation network
"Melinda Gates wants more women involved in Chicago's tech industry. And she's putting money where her heart is."