Illinois Issues
JUNE 1977
VOL. III, NO. 6


Contents

State aid to schools 覧覧覧覧覧覧 4
Full funding and the resource equalizer formula

By Joyce E. Kustra

Interview with Donald L. Duster 覧覧覧 9
Director of the Department of Business and Economic Development

By Bill Miller

Keeping Illinois warm 覧覧覧覧覧 12
Natural gas supply and regulation

By George Provenzano

Nursing homes 覧覧覧覧覧覧覧 16
Public money and private enterprise

The second of two articles by Roy Wehrle

Electronic banking 覧覧覧覧覧覧 18
Will automated tellers bring branch banking to Illinois?

By William R. Bryan

Gas tax increases? -覧覧覧覧覧覧 20
By George Provenzano

911 emergency phone number 覧覧覧21
A statewide system by 1985

By Jeffery D. Schielke

Public aid funding 覧覧覧覧覧覧 23
Shaping federal policy

The last of three installments by Martha Derthick


THE STATE OF THE STATE 覧覧 2
Dems on the sidelines with Thompson's budget


CHICAGO By Charles B. Cleveland 覧覧 30
'You run the machine or it runs you'


WASHINGTON By Tom Littlewood 覧31
Will Don Rumsfeld quietly fade away?


LEGISLATIVE ACTION 覧覧 26
The winners and losers in the early action on bills


EXECUTIVE REPORT 覧覧 27
Thompson takes the plunge on energy


JUDICIAL RULINGS 覧覧覧 28
Special tax treatment ends; The right to annoy; Unlawful solicitation on residential sales

LETTERS 覧覧覧覧覧 22

NAMES 覧覧覧覧覧覧 29

CALENDAR 覧覧覧覧覧 32


INSTRUCTIONS TO WRITERS
Articles for Illinois Issues are written by professional writers or by experts in various fields of government. Students have also written for the magazine. The editors welcome inquiries from writers. Unsolicited articles should be accompanied by self-addressed stamped envelope. Consideration will be given to all manuscripts, but all articles published in Illinois Issues must present objectively all sides to an issue. Editorial offices are located at 226 Capital Campus, Sangamon State University, Springfield, Ill. 62708.

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