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Illinois Gov. Bruce Rauner's proposal to reinstate the death penalty for certain violent crimes, as well as other changes he made to gun legislation, will get a House hearing.

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The Illinois Senate is expected to take up a school funding overhaul that will increase aid to all of the state's more than 800 districts.

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The Illinois House will convene to take up the contentious school-funding issue.

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The Illinois House will vote on overriding Gov. Bruce Rauner's vetoes of budget legislation drawn to end the nation's longest state fiscal crisis since at least the Great Depression.

A package of legislation aimed at ending a two-year Illinois budget standoff is back to the House.

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Illinois lawmakers are back to work after a dramatic vote in the House Sunday to increase income taxes by 32 percent.

A House panel has endorsed revising the method for financing Illinois public schools.

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Eyes are on the Illinois House as it considers how to handle a $37 billion spending proposal with two days left in the General Assembly's spring session.

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An updated method of funding public schools in Illinois won wide Senate support Wednesday, but Gov. Bruce Rauner's office came out in opposition to the plan.

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Illinois House members have approved a plan that would make feminine hygiene products more affordable for women by exempting them from the state sales tax.