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* State GOP declares victory for LaHood
* Rauner claims he's already filed appeal
* *** UPDATED x3 - Durkin: Tax hike vote first - Phelon: Maybe - Brown: No *** Rauner wants continuing approp for state workers
* Question of the day
* Cruz hearts Flynn
* Rezko moved to halfway house
* *** UPDATED x8 - Munger to appeal - AG Madigan response - Rauner response - "No one getting paid" - AFSCME to appeal *** Cook County judge: Illinois can't pay state workers without a budget
* *** UPDATED x1 *** Federal judge: Pay DCFS workers
* Today's quotable
* *** UPDATED x1 - Kirk campaign calls ads "false" and "sickening" *** Kirk under fire from enviro groups
* Get off the back bench, please
* A triangulating shift
* Counting the absent legislators
* Credit Unions – 100 Million Strong
* The reddest of meat
* Today's number: 47
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