Senate Republican Leader Bill Brady said Monday he thinks the General Assembly should reconvene in Springfield to take up pressing issues, including the fair maps amendment.
“Today I called the governor, the Speaker of the House and the President of the Senate and told them Illinois Senate Republicans stand ready to return to Springfield to take up the timely and important issues facing Illinois and its residents, such as the fair maps amendment and COVID-19 related issues,” Brady said in a statement. “The work we do is essential and it can be done in a safe manner by following the proper social distancing guidelines. Other units of government are meeting and doing the people’s business. It is time for the Illinois legislature to do so.”
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