Illinois Municipal League officials said Monday that local governments are hard pressed to survive on their share of the state’s income tax. [Submitted]

The Illinois Municipal League is demanding Illinois return to sharing 10 percent of its income tax revenue with local governments — practice abandoned in the last eight years — while also combining the more than 650 downstate police and fire pension funds, which are in varying levels of fiscal health.

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