May 28, 2020 •
Illinois Special Session Adjourned
The Illinois Legislature adjourned on May 24 at the end of a special session that started on May 20.
Initially, the Senate met at the Capitol and the House at the Bank of Springfield Center to accommodate social distancing due to COVID-19 concerns.
The abbreviated special session focused mainly on budget issues and COVID-19 related legislation.
No bill permitting the Legislature to convene virtually was passed during this session.
Therefore, the Legislature will convene in person for the veto session scheduled to begin November 17.
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