IL lawmakers called back to Springfield for possible pension deal

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State lawmakers are being called back to Springfield next week.

There’s a possibility of a compromise on overhauling Illinois’ pension system.

Michael Madigan’s Chief of Staff sent a letter telling house lawmakers to be back by Monday, December 3, for a session the next day.

There have been reports of progress, but no deal.

Senate leaders have tentatively scheduled to return on those same days in case a deal is reached.

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  • Oliver Parker

    Lawmakers Can't make a deal because all the publics money has been stolen. My prediction In the next two years their will be blood in the streets. When working class people figure out their retirment has been stolen and obamacare drains them of any savings.

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