Reform for Illinois: Political conversations shouldn’t be left to billionaires

John Williams

FILE – Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker announces a new round of COVID-19-related emergency housing assistance, Wednesday, Oct. 27, 2021, at Abundant Faith Christian Center in Springfield, Ill. Democrats in the Illinois General Assembly who last month changed a state religious-conscience law to prevent its use to skirt forced COVID-19 vaccination blithely claimed repeatedly that similar protections exist in federal statute. (AP Photo/John O’Connor File)

Reform for Illinois Executive Director Alisa Kaplan joins John Williams to explain why she doesn’t think billionaires should involve themselves in politics. That’s contrary to the perspective of the Better Government Association, as published in Chicago Tribune.

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