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Illinois Governor Wants Temporary Budget Fix Amid StalemateThe proposal would fund public schools through next year and provide support for financially-strapped social service providers.
State to Build New Veterans Home, Upgrade 2 CemeteriesNixon said in a news release that 494,000 veterans live in Missouri and more than 1,900 are on waiting lists for state facilities.
Nixon Completes Rice Sale From Missouri to CubaGovernor Nixon has been in Cuba since Sunday for scheduled meetings with Cuban government officials in the area of trade and agriculture.
Hope of Illinois Budget Agreement Dimming Before DeadlineIllinois is hurtling toward another fiscal year without a budget as lawmakers and the governor appear no closer to a deal with one day left before a key deadline.
Illinois House Agrees to Medical Marijuana Program ExtensionThe measure now goes to the Senate, where it's expected to pass.
Slay to Sign Prescription Drug Monitoring Law TuesdayAlderwoman Lyda Krewson says 49 other states realize the need for a prescription drug monitoring program.
Rauner Says Many Illinois Democrats Back Reforms, Held Back By LeadersGovernor says Democrats who support his reforms are being used as 'pawns' and 'puppets'.
Supporters Cheer Bruce Rauner's New Stance On Medical MarijuanaIllinois governor agrees to extend pilot program through 2020 & to add conditions like PTSD to covered list
Suspects Charged in Berkeley HomicideRojai Jackson and Raymond Antonio Hunter are charged with shooting Walter Miller to death outside Nephew's Grill May 19th.
St. Louis Political Mega-Donor Gives MillionsRex Sinquefield is pouring millions of dollars into political committees before the Aug. 2 primary and Nov. 8 general election.
Gov. Nixon Pardons 9 People Convicted of Nonviolent CrimesNixon announced the pardons for military veterans and others who completed their sentences.
Ill. Senate Sends Two More School-Funding Revamps to HouseThe array of ideas for making Illinois public-school funding fairer grew more complex Friday with two more plans sent to the House by Senate Democrats with three days remaining in the spring session.

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