Rose bill to correct slight to Tuscola School District in last year’s Democrat majority budget passes Senate
The Illinois Senate passed legislation April 11 co-sponsored by State Sen. Chapin Rose (R-Mahomet) that would financially help the Tuscola School District to the tune of $173,301.
Tuscola is one of several school districts throughout the state that rely more heavily on Corporate Personal Property Replacement Tax (CPPRT) dollars and that are currently losing out on critical funding due to CPPRT diversions, put in place by a budget passed by Democratic majorities in Springfield.
“Other area districts funded by General State Aid do not have this heavy reliance on CPPRT,” Rose said. “Therefore, other districts did not get ‘hit’ like Tuscola did. Senate passage of this bill begins to right that wrong.”
The legislation now heads to the House for consideration.