Special session slated if Rauner doesn’t get school bill

SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (AP) — Gov. Bruce Rauner says he will call lawmakers into special session to deal with public school funding if they don’t send him legislation on the issue by Monday. The Republican governor visited Auburn High School south of Springfield Friday. He repeated his call for the Senate to send him the measure the General Assembly approved in May that revises the school-aid formula. The Senate is holding onto the legislation. Rauner wants it by noon Monday.