The ad campaign doesn’t build support for his proposed budget, which drastically cuts funding for services to help the state’s most needy citizens — the poor, elderly, and disabled.
Services aimed at helping immigrants transition into their new lives are among the latest to be cut under Gov. Rauner’s 2016 budget proposal.
Projects at 25 parks across Chicago would lose $28 million for improvements if a state funding freeze is not reversed.
Some state social-service agencies face deep funding cuts because of Gov. Bruce Rauner’s budget plan. One of those programs is the anti-violence initiative CeaseFire Illinois.