Governor Bruce Rauner is up against more than just the State Budget in order to have a chance at re-election

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Rick Pearson and Chris Mooney

Rick Pearson speaks with Christopher Mooney, Political Scientist at the University of Illinois Chicago about the pressure set on Governor Bruce Rauner to get a balanced budget put together in order to have a chance for re-election. Chris speaks on the other factors that Bruce is facing including the idea of graduated income tax, legionnaires’ outbreak at Quincy, and more.

 

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