After Pension Amendment Fails, Illinois Lawmakers Back to Drawing Board

With Illinois voters narrowly rejecting a constitutional amendment on pensions, those on both sides of the issue said the state is in largely the same place it would have been had voters approved the measure: facing tough choices about needed reforms.
November 8, 2012
 

With Illinois voters narrowly rejecting a constitutional amendment on pensions, those on both sides of the issue said the state is in largely the same place it would have been had voters approved the measure: facing tough choices about needed reforms.

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