CHICAGO -- The Illinois General Assembly adjourned for the rest of the year last Friday without taking action on two proposals that would have limited the abilities of local governments to raise revenues and issue bonds.

But backers of the so-called property tax cap measures vowed to raise them again when the legislature reconvenes next spring. The two plans were introduced in the General Assembly last month.

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