Gov. JB Pritzker addresses the news media. [Hannah Meisel/The Daily Line]

Tuesday marks Gov. JB Pritzker’s 100th day in office — a milestone most lawmakers will celebrate away from Springfield during their two-week spring break before a final push to the end of the session May 31.

In a brief interview with The Daily Line on Monday, Pritzker counted a $15 minimum wage law, signing a gun dealer licensing law and a law that raises the smoking age to 21 among his accomplishments. Pritzker said he was proud of his proposal of rates for a graduated income tax, his signature issue, and his budget plan, which he presented to lawmakers in February.

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