Illinois Senate Plan to End Budget Standoff Could Get VoteBut there are just two work days remaining for the current General Assembly no time to seek a House vote.
UPDATE: Missouri GOP Starts 2017 Legislative Session With New AllyRepublicans still hold a commanding majority in both the House & Senate, but now there is no Democratic Governor to keep a balance.
Blunt Backs Tillerson, Predicts ConfirmationSays Tillerson's dealings with Russia, Putin don't concern him at all.
Illinois House OKs Exelon Subsidy Plan, Moves to SenateProponents say it will cost consumers less than 25 cents a month in exchange for reliable power and saved jobs.
Blunt Successfully Defends Senate SeatThe 66-year-old received over 50 percent of the vote.
Kander Gives Passionate Concession Speech, Tells Generation to Not 'Check Out'Roy Blunt keeps his Senate seat in Washington, but Kander's speech kept a positive tone.
Judy Woodruff Says Election Results Might Take All NightWoodruff says she might be up all night waiting for a succession or final tally of votes in this presidential race.
Kander, Blunt Attack Each Other on Supreme Court IssuesBoth Kander and Blunt are using the Supreme Court as a pivoting point in their final campaign day.
Kander Gives Away $25,000 Donation From Thornton FirmRecent polls show Senate race in Missouri, between Kander and Roy Blunt, is a virtual tossup.
Blunt Stays With TrumpMissouri's GOP Senator says country doesn't need a third Obama term.
No Jail Time for Missouri Capitol Clergy ProtestTwenty-two religious leaders were spared from jail Thursday but still could face fines after being convicted of trespassing during protests in the Missouri Senate.
Final Testimony Wednesday in Trial of Missouri Clergy ProtestersThose protesters, sometimes called the Medicaid 23, each face up to $500 in fines and up to six months behind bars.

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