Quinn signs measure to cut legislator pay
SPRINGFIELD – Gov. Pat Quinn has signed a law that will reduce state legislators’ compensation by more than $3,000 a year.
Quinn signed the law Friday with his office saying it will help close Illinois’ budget deficit.
It requires legislators to give up 12 days’ worth of pay, or about $3,100 each. It is effective immediately.
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