Can legislation be passed in lame duck session, but held for the new governor?
The question of whether it's possible for one class of state lawmakers to pass a bill but hold it for a future governor could be tested when lawmakers come back for lame duck session, but the answer if it’s legal might have to wait on the courts.
What could happen when lawmakers return Monday for the final two days of the 100th General Assembly? That’s anyone’s guess. And there is lots of speculation.
State Rep. Jaime Andrade, D-Chicago, asked out loud an interesting procedural question.
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