Illinois’ human services providers and recipients should not be left hanging for two more weeks, according to Senator Bill Brady, who is asking the Governor to bring lawmakers back to Springfield immediately.

“The Governor has vetoed the human services portion of the budget, which means there is no spending authority for thousands of human services providers and recipients. This matter deserves our immediate attention,” Senator Brady said. “The actions by House Speaker Michael Madigan and Senate President John Cullerton to delay our return to the Capitol by two weeks, just demonstrates a continuing lack of leadership.”

The 44th District Senator says Governor Quinn should call the lawmakers back into special session as soon as possible.

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