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A group of rank-and-file lawmakers is suggesting an Illinois income tax increase to help bring in $5.4 billion along with $2.5 billion in cuts as a starting point for talks on passing a long-elusive state budget by month’s end. The budget blueprint so far has not been accompanied by the kind of pro-business, union-weakening changes that Republican Gov. Bruce Rauner has demanded be part of the mix.

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