In his second State of the State Address, Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner is continuing his push for reforms. Governor Rauner again called for term limits, worker's compensation and pension reform, and a renewed commitment to education in his speech.
And while the state still doesn't have a budget, Rauner urges bipartisan cooperation to turn Illinois around.
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State Representative Dwight Kay (R-Glen Carbon) tells The Big Z he would like to see bipartisanship.
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State Representative Dan Beiser (D-Alton) tells The Big Z he is optimistic that can happen as well.
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Governor Rauner says he would like to begin the process of selling the Thompson Center in Chicago, reducing unemployment insurance fraud, and implementing changes at the state's human services and welfare agencies to save taxpayer money.