Chicago is short nearly 120,000 affordable homes. [BRIAN KELLY / FLICKR]

In a version of Illinois government where progressive ideas are no longer a pipe dream, and the state’s own billionaire governor is the one leading the charge on measures like a $15 minimum wage and a graduated income tax, bills to lift Illinois’ ban on rent control may have a chance of getting all the way to a floor for a vote this spring.

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