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The chairwoman of the Illinois Senate Appropriations Committee said during a hearing Wednesday morning that the “Grand Bargain” is dead, and it’s time to starting talking about a “Plan B.”

Sen. Heather Steans, D-Chicago, made the claim during questioning of Mike Hoffman, director of the state’s Central Management Services department.

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Amen Bob.!

bob oriole park

Thank God. How about, since the Democrats hold majorities in both the House and Senate, they pass unilateral tax increases? They don’t need any Republican votes to get it done. Then, when things are worse instead of better come next election cycle, they can pay the price.