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The intensified hostilities don’t bode well for a bipartisan agreement on additional CPS funding or the fate of Emanuel’s proposed re-amortization of the city’s public safety pension contributions. The bill, which would shave $220 million off the city’s 2016 public safety contribution, is sitting on Rauner’s desk. Rauner has said he dislikes it but would sign as part of a grand budget/pension compromise that now seems further elusive.

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