Quinn May Veto Budget

June 4, 2014

(Chicago, IL)  --  Governor Pat Quinn says there's a chance he will veto the budget.  He wants to make sure it makes a sound investment in education.  The 35-billion-dollar budget sent to Quinn essentially holds funding flat for schools.  Quinn wanted the five-percent income tax rate to stay in place to pay for schools but lawmakers wrapped up without taking a vote.  They plan to revisit the issue after the election.

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