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The millions of dollars Republican Governor Bruce Rauner poured into his campaign landed him near the top of a national list of last year's biggest...
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Gov. Bruce Rauneramped up his anti-union rhetoric Tuesday at a speech in Decatur, a city with deep labor roots. The Republican bemoaned prevailing...
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