Union workers could soon vote to reject a recent contract with the state.  AFSCME reps say the workers originally approved the deal thinking the state would drop an appeal against a court ruling ordering Governor Quinn to dish out millions of dollars in back-pay.  Quinn has asked Attorney General Lisa Madigan to drop the suit but union leaders say she's refused.  

State workers will complete the second round of voting in the next few weeks and if they refuse to re-approve the deal, they may be back at the bargaining table. 


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