Politicians say one of the most common complaints they hear is about high property taxes.
A measure that would put a hold on them is inching forward in the Illinois House, but whether the measure ever will become law is uncertain.
Freezing property taxes was one of the promises Gov. Bruce Rauner made on the campaign trail.
But it wasn't his plan that got called for a vote, leading Rauner's fellow Republicans once again to accuse Democrats of pulling a political stunt intended to embarrass the governor.