While Gov. Bruce Rauner’s efforts to redraw state worker contracts is tangled in the 4th District Appellate Court, his demand for require state workers to pay a heftier portion of their own health insurance costs was overridden in the budget appropriations bill. Making matters more complicated, a decision to seek bond funds to pay the remaining debt could reveal what the bond market really thinks of Illinois’ credit-worthiness.

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