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Springfield Update: Legislators Meet On Last (Scheduled) Day Of Veto Session

It’s been a busy week in Springfield as lawmakers wrap of their final scheduled work day of the year — and there’s a lot on the agenda. Following allegations of sexual harassment in the state capitol, lawmakers have unanimously passed legislation to tackle the issue. A veto session hasn’t worked in Gov. Bruce Rauner’s favor with a number of them being overridden. 

We discuss what's going on in Springfield and also get an update on proposed gun legislation after two of the worst mass shootings in the country’s history with WBEZ state politics reporter Tony Arnold.

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