The Illinois legislation is finally set to meet next week. The Illinois House will convene in Springfield for three days to start working on issues delayed by the coronavirus pandemic. The session will be held in the Bank of Springfield Center in downtown Springfield, in order to take advantage of the convention center floor to practice social distancing.
State Representative Avery Bourne says it’s time to get things done.
While having a plan for reopening is great, the State needs a plan that will fit the whole state and not just certain parts of it.
Representative Bourne says the bottom line is helping small businesses get back on their feet.
Governor Pritzker pushed on Tuesday for the House to get back to work, after being on hiatus due to COVID-19.