Illinois lawmakers, Governor meet to discuss the budget stalemate

Lawmakers in Illinois are meeting with Governor Bruce Rauner to talk about the budget stalemate in the state. This is the sixth month without a budget in Illinois.

Democrats want a tax increase and spending cuts to address a multi-billion dollar deficit. Governor Bruce Rauner wants changes in laws to make it cheaper to operate a business. Some say that will take powers away from labor unions.

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