Illinois Supreme Court denies former lawmakers' claim for back pay
Former Democratic senators sought to overturn pay cuts that they voted to pass
Posted on September 22, 2022
Capitol News Illinois
The Illinois Supreme Court on Thursday rejected a lawsuit filed by two former state legislators who sued for back pay they believed they were due for raises that they voted against while in office.
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