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Former lawmakers seek back pay for raises they voted against

Posted on May 13, 2022

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Two former state senators who sponsored and voted for bills to reduce lawmakers’ pay and forgo annual cost-of-living adjustments are now asking the Illinois Supreme Court to declare those measures unconstitutional and award them their back pay.

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