Credit ratings agency Moody’s Investors Service gave Gov. JB Pritzker’s push for a graduated income tax a mixed review on Monday, urging lawmakers to earmark an increase in tax revenues for the state’s $133.5 billion unfunded pension liability.

The ratings agency also warned the change could backfire if the economy slides into a recession.

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