Illinois has entered it's third year without a budget and many in the state are frustrated. Lawmakers are among those frustrated, including State Representative Avery Bourne, who wants to see lawmakers return to Springfield and get a budget deal done.
Bourne says the lack of a budget is unprecedented, not only because of a budget not getting passed, but recently not even making it to the governors desk.
The General Assembly still has time to get a budget passed, but it will now take a super-majority to pass.
State Representative Avery Bourne appeared as a guest on the Newstalk WTIM Morning Show.