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The state has a budget but it hasn’t lost the partisan politics that went into leaving Illinois as the only state in the nation to go more than a full year without one.

 

Governor Bruce Rauner says he wants to build on the consensus that was found in the General Assembly.

 

 

Election Day in November will clearly stand in the way of progress on the budget or any other of Rauner’s turn around agenda items. The real work and any more flashes of real compromise will more than likely wait until then.

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