A city crew patches a pothole. [Quinn Ford, DNAinfo Chicago]

The Illinois Chamber of Commerce on Thursday filed its own proposed capital bill Thursday — just one week after the International Union of Operating Engineers Local 150 filed their own bill out of frustration with Gov. JB Pritzker’s office.

The chamber’s plan is focused on “horizontal” projects — as in roads and bridges — which is similar to Local 150’s plan. The chamber’s plan aims to raise about $2 billion per year.

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