Governor Pat Quinn is taking a challenge that'll force him to live on the minimum wage for a while. He made the pledge yesterday after being called out by Congresswoman Jan Schakowsky. She just wrapped up a week of living on just eleven-bucks a day. It's part of a movement designed to get more people out to the polls this fall where they can weigh in on whether the state's minimum wage should be raised to ten-bucks-an-hour. Lawmakers won't be required to change the wage no matter what voters decide.