ILLINOIS (RFD) — Leadership with the Illinois House and Senate has decided to cancel the Fall Veto session. Lawmakers were scheduled to return to Springfield next week.
Governor JB Pritzker says lawmakers might be taking his advice about limiting gatherings but so much needs to be done to help the state in this critical time.
Before House Speaker Michael Madigan canceled the veto session Tuesday, citing COVID-19 concerns, Republican state Reps Avery Bourne and Mark Batinick speculated what that means to them.
Lawmakers might reconvene for a lame duck session in early January before a 102nd General Assembly will be sworn in.