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Illinois budget deadline looming

While many are gearing up for the Fourth of July weekend, state lawmakers in Illinois are getting ready for a potential budget battle. Gov. Bruce Rauner says if they don't get a budget plan on his desk by Friday, they're working through the weekend. CBS affiliate WCIA capitol bureau chief Mark Maxwell joined "Red & Blue" to break down how Illinois got to this point, and whether lawmakers can actually reach an agreement before end of session.
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Student killed in gun accident at Alabama high school
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Fighter jets heard during Fox News live report as death toll in Israel climbs
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Schumer says he will soon introduce a marijuana legalization bill
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International Women's Day protests amplify feminism in Asia
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Japan Processes Record Number of Chinese Refugees in 2020
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In slide toward all-out combat, Israel and Gaza militants trade blows, bombardment
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Netanyahu touts Hamas commanders killed in strikes: 'blood is on their heads'
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Rep. Liz Cheney gives passionate speech on House floor regarding Trump's influence
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