Day after Senate budget vote, GOP tries to push Rauner plan

SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (AP) — The Illinois General Assembly is back to work after the Senate approved a major spending package. Eyes return to the Senate on Wednesday to see how negotiations will shape up between majority Democrats and Republicans over issues important to Gov. Bruce Rauner. The Senate approved a $5.4 billion tax increase for a $37.3 billion spending plan Tuesday.