Veto Session Ends Without A Budget Deal
(Springfield, IL) — Discussion between Governor Bruce Rauner and Illinois’ legislative leaders regarding a new budget for the state could go into the weekend, even though legislators have concluded their fall veto session. That’s what state Senate President John Cullerton told fellow senators Thursday. A stopgap budget passed over the summer expires at the end of the year. Both Cullerton and House Speaker Michael Madigan could call legislators back for a special session before the end of the year.
Jim McCabe/ikg IL) NY) ELX)
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