The Illinois Senate voted to revoke the pensions of 2 union lobbyists who qualified for teachers' retirement benefits by spending a single day in the classroom.
That means both the Senate and House have voted to block the pensions. But they each passed a different piece of legislation, so nothing has been sent to the governor's desk yet.
Getting a bill to the governor would require further action when lawmakers return to the Capitol later this month.
The two lobbyists worked for the Illinois Federation of Teachers. They each worked a day as substitutes so they could get pensions from the Teachers' Retirement System.