If 60 percent of voters say “yes” on Nov. 8, the Illinois Constitution will be amended to guarantee motor fuel taxes cannot be used for anything other than highway construction. Here, workers in 2013 complete a roundabout on Centreville Avenue at Illinois 15 in Belleville.
If 60 percent of voters say “yes” on Nov. 8, the Illinois Constitution will be amended to guarantee motor fuel taxes cannot be used for anything other than highway construction. Here, workers in 2013 complete a roundabout on Centreville Avenue at Illinois 15 in Belleville. Tim Vizer tvizer@bnd.com
If 60 percent of voters say “yes” on Nov. 8, the Illinois Constitution will be amended to guarantee motor fuel taxes cannot be used for anything other than highway construction. Here, workers in 2013 complete a roundabout on Centreville Avenue at Illinois 15 in Belleville. Tim Vizer tvizer@bnd.com

Illinois lawmakers hope you lock away highway taxes for their own good

October 04, 2016 07:00 PM