Rep. Will Davis (D-East Hazel Crest) said he would be happy to spend days in Springfield working to settle the state’s budget crisis. The holdup for him and other Democrats is Gov. Bruce Rauner’s insistence that his “turnaround agenda” must be acted upon before any budget items can be addressed.
“I think from the Democratic side – for whatever criticisms we’re taking – I think you’d get members like me who would be happy to stay in Springfield if we’re just talking about the budget,” Davis, whose district . . .
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