The House convened at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday and stayed in session for five and half hours, plowing through a stack of veto overrides. While Democrats obtained overrides for 12 of the 14 items up for consideration, two of Gov. Rauner’s most politically important vetoes managed to stand. Three other bills were considered and passed as part of regular business, but as veto sessions go, the items were relatively popular with little opposition.

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