Category Archives: Voices

WJBC Voices: Jay Bee, CEO

WJBC Voices: Jay Bee, CEO

Much of the legal analysis in law school is taught via the hypothetical question, wherein the professor poses a set of facts embodying the issue studied, and asks students to predict the outcome, based on those facts.  MORE

WJBC Voices: Understanding TIF investments

WJBC Voices: Understanding TIF investments

As we near another local election, understanding what a Tax Increment Financing (TIF) district is and its role in economic development seems unclear to many I talk to.MORE

WJBC Voices: JB the CK

WJBC Voices: JB the CK

Based on the budget, Pritzker ought to change his initials from J.B. (whatever they stand for) to C.K. (Can Kicker).MORE

WJBC Voices: Is Bloomington-Normal segregated?

WJBC Voices: Is Bloomington-Normal segregated?

Despite our efforts to build a unified and accessible community, Bloomington-Normal and central Illinois did not fare well in a recent special report from Governing magazine. MORE

WJBC Voices: Greet the new day, same as the old day

WJBC Voices: Greet the new day, same as the old day

Anyone hoping for a dramatic change in Illinois politics with the departure of Bruce Rauner from the scene was probably disappointed by the news on our TV screens and emanating from Springfield. MORE

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WJBC Voices: Jay Bee, CEO

Much of the legal analysis in law school is taught via the hypothetical question, wherein the professor poses a set of facts embodying the issue studied, and asks students to predict the outcome, based on those facts. 

WJBC Voices: Understanding TIF investments

As we near another local election, understanding what a Tax Increment Financing (TIF) district is and its role in economic development seems unclear to many I talk to.