The state Supreme Court is making a big announcement today, and it's news that could put lawmakers back to work. Justices will say whether the original Capital plan is constitutional. The question at hand is does the plan violate a "single subject rule."
A lower court says "yes" because it has several funding options for construction projects, including a liquor tax and video gambling. Quinn says if the bill is shut down, lawmakers will have to return toSpringfieldimmediately to get a new plan passed.