December 5, 2014 •
Illinois House Adjourns Sine Die
The Illinois House of Representatives adjourned its two-year legislative session sine die on Wednesday, December 3.
Some state business will be left until Republican Gov.-elect Bruce Rauner and a new General Assembly take office in January. It is possible, however, for outgoing Gov. Pat Quinn to call a special session to force a vote on legislation increasing the minimum wage before he leaves office.
The Senate did not formally adjourn and will sit in session on January 13.
Photo of the Illinois Capitol Building by Daniel Schwen on Wikimedia Commons.
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