Reporting from Illinois Public Radio's Amanda Vinicky used in this report.
According to an Illinois Supreme court stay issued today (which you can read below), the state can continue collecting higher taxes on liquor, coffee and grooming products. But that may be only temporary.
The tax bumps have been in place since 2009.
Lawmakers intended for them, as well as proceeds from the legalization of video poker, to pay for a $31 billion infrastructure plan.