Twenty-seventeen was a wild year in Illinois government and politics: it began without a budget and ended with the Republican governor facing a primary challenge.
Along the way there was a tax hike, a once-in-a-generation overhaul of education funding, hot-button bills relating to abortion and immigration, and accusations of a culture of sexual harassment in the Statehouse.
The State Week panel wants to hear your questions about Illinois.
If there's anything you've ever wondered about Illinois government and politics — whether a current event or something historical — we want to answer your question on air.
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