10 reasons Illinois sucks!
Welcome back, everyone. Today we are going to look at why Illinois sucks. Illinois is becoming one of those places that lawyers and bail bondsmen are the only ones doing really well. This is one of the states that is on a downward trend with no relief on the horizon. Get car insurance, homeowners insurance, and life insurance if you are thinking about moving to Illinois.
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