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Illinois lawmakers walked out of the Capitol Friday for their last full weeks away before the end of their annual session, leaving behind a building momentum on the effort to try to fix the state's biggest financial problems.

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Darlene Senger

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When Illinois lawmakers walked out of the Capitol Friday for their last full weeks away before the end of their annual session, they left a building momentum on the effort to try to fix the state's biggest financial problems. "We've been through a lot of work this month," said state Rep. Darlene Senger, a Naperville Republican. "In order to recharge the batteries, I'm glad to have that break."
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    • Illinois lawmakers walked out of the Capitol Friday for their last full weeks away before the end of their annual session, leaving behind a building momentum on the effort to try to fix the state's biggest financial problems.
    • Darlene Senger
    • Elaine Nekritz
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