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  • 1. Illinois Wisconsin*Individual Income Tax Married filing jointly:5 percent of net income $0 - $13,420 4.60% $13,420 - $26,850 6.15% $26,850 - $201,340 6.50% $201,340 - $295,550 6.75% $295,550 + 7.75% *Wisconsin taxes retirement income, Illinois does not.
  • 2. Source: Illinois Chamber of Commerce website, “Key Legislation”
  • 3.  Stripped state employees of collective bargaining rights Cost the state $294,000 (as of November 2011) to fight lawsuits to overturn stripping collective bargaining rights Been the subject of a recall election campaign with petitions signed by 1,1 million, more than twice the number required Recall election set for June 5, 2012

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