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Dems Have Been Using The Same Line Since 1979. How's It Working Out?

Governor Rauner has used his amendatory veto on Democrats' School Funding Bill. They say that Rauner and Republicans are hostile to Chicago schoolchildren. Has Democrat rhetoric on school-funding changed at all in the past 40 years? What's next for school funding legislation? If there is no possibility of a deal, is Speaker Madigan's next play to woo 4 Republicans to override the governor's veto? Illinois State Senator Dan McConchie (R-Hawthorn Woods) joins Dan and Shaun Thompson to discuss. 

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