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Gov. Bruce Rauner Tuesday called for lawmakers to “do what’s right” in a special TV address, and pushed for a “compromise” budget plan to end the “unnecessary crisis.” In a move that sums up Illinois’ politics for the last three years, House Democrats called the address a “campaign speech” and accused Rauner of “talking out of both sides of his mouth.” Lawmakers returned to Springfield today for a 10-day special session to end the budget stalemate. S&P Global Ratings has warned the state’s debt will be rated junk without a budget by July 1. (Chicago Sun-Times)

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