Illinois gubernatorial hopeful Bruce Rauner unveiled ten key steps Thursday, he says, are needed to reform state government and eliminate wasteful spending as part of a series of policy initiatives he will unveil over the next several weeks. Among those reforms: make government spending more transparent and accountable; end the shuttle service and sell state planes; eliminate political slush funds, merge the Comptroller and Treasurer's offices; and Rauner says he will take no salary or pension as governor. Rauner will face incumbent Governor Pat Quinn in November.
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