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The 99th edition of the Illinois General Assembly came to an end Tuesday without lawmakers ever approving a permanent budget during its two-year run, a first in the state’s history.

The two-day lame-duck session came to a conclusion with the legislature passing a few bills to Gov. Bruce Rauner, but with no action on any of the contentious issues that have resulted in the gridlock that has gripped the state.

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