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Despite passing both chambers last week, a program establishing a new education savings account (ESA) program may see further changes.
The city will make improvements to wastewater biosolids facility with funding estimated to save ratepayers $25 million.
House members refused to work on the rest of the bill without assurances their controversial provision would remain in tact.
Rep. Mike Haffner is running for majority floor leader, he told his colleagues Monday.
Language allowing Springfield to establish a land bank to manage property is making its way through the legislature at the end of session.
"Banking has taught me that you have to be an extremely good listener, you have to look at how to help that individual, and you have to give them as many opportunities as possible."
Legislation proponents said would increase biosecurity for agricultural facilities is headed back to the House for final approval.
Dozens of voting rights advocates gathered at the statehouse this week as part of Protect the Ballot Initiative Rally and Advocacy Day.