Governor Quinn is joining with state lawmakers in a crackdown on pension abuse. Quinn will sign a pension reform bill aimed at closing several loopholes within the system. One of the most notable cases includes two union leaders who are eligible to collect government retirement benefits after substitute teaching for just one day. The new law means they're no longer required to collect that state pension. A spokesperson for the union leaders says the new law is in direct violation of the state's constitution, which prohibits the reduction of pension benefits once they've been established. He says a legal dispute could be coming down the pipe.