SPRINGFIELD, Ill. – State Rep. Sam Yingling, D-Grayslake, will continue his work to reduce the tax burden on middle-class families and promote good government reform as Chairman of the Counties and Township committee and as Chairman of the Property Tax subcommittee of the Revenue and Finance committee.
“We cannot allow any more unnecessary tax increases on the middle class,” Yingling said. “Instead, we need to cut taxes for middle-class families, and provide them with relief from skyrocketing property taxes. State government needs to work with local governments across the state to consolidate layers of government that do nothing but add to the high tax burden Illinois families are faced with.”
Yingling will fight to ensure that Illinois families have efficient government services while reducing how much in taxes they are required to pay. During his time in office, he has made it his top priority to cut taxes for middle-class earners, and with his committee assignments for the 101st General Assembly, he will continue his fight.
“I look forward to having the opportunity to continue serving the people of my district as a member of these essential committees,” Yingling said. “Many improvements can be made across the state, and I am committed to working with my colleagues on both sides of the aisle to make sure that government in Illinois provides our residents with low-cost, effective services.”
Yingling will also serve on the Cities and Villages committee and Transportation: Regulation, Roads and Bridges committee this General Assembly.
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