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Madigan’s Statement on House Action to Advance Sale of Thompson Center

      

House Speaker Michael Madigan Dunkin says Madigan went into overdrive ...SPRINGFIELD, IL – Illinois Speaker Michael J. Madigan issued the following statement after the House voted to pass Senate Bill 886, which would advance Gov. Bruce Rauner’s requested sale of the Thompson Center: 

“Governor Rauner has prioritized the sale of the Thompson Center and today’s action moves us toward that sale. House Democrats have again demonstrated our willingness to work with the governor to achieve his goals, while ensuring—as is our duty—that these goals are achieved in the best interest of the people we represent. No negotiation can be one sided, and I urge the governor to now join House Democrats in resolving the most important issue facing our state, which is passing a state budget.”

Photo: Illinois Speaker Michael Madigan

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