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Pritzker: Illinois ‘shouldn’t have a second spike’ of COVID-19 if safety rules are followed Pritzker: Illinois ‘shouldn’t have a second spike’ of COVID-19 if safety rules are followed

Pritzker: Illinois ‘shouldn’t have a second spike’ of COVID-19 if safety rules are followed

SPRINGFIELD – Gov. JB Pritzker said Wednesday that the state is on pace to enter the next phase of reopening from a COVID-19-related shutdown later this month, and he doesn’t expect a second surge of the virus in the fall as long as safety guidelines are followed.

Governor signs budget, touts spending of federal funds on child care grants Governor signs budget, touts spending of federal funds on child care grants

Governor signs budget, touts spending of federal funds on child care grants

Gov. JB Pritzker signed a state budget for fiscal year 2021 Wednesday, but there is no more clarity when it comes to state finances after his signature than there was when lawmakers passed the measure last month.

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