Ill. House deals Rauner setbacks, but he wins on 'right-to-work'
The Illinois House dealt Gov. Bruce Rauner a series of setbacks Wednesday by overriding vetoes of measures that represented the Republican's political, as well as policy, disputes with Democrats.
Rauner lauded one victory, a failed override of his veto of legislation banning anti-union "right-to-work" zones.
The lowest point for the governor came when the House voted 112-0 to overturn his veto of a financial reporting measure that had devolved into a political spat with Democratic state Comptroller Susana Mendoza.
The legislation would require state agencies to report to the comptroller monthly on bills they've incurred.
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