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Illinois governor dares lawmakers in growing Democratic Party feud

CHICAGO (Reuters) - Illinois Governor Pat Quinn on Wednesday said state lawmakers mad at him for suspending their pay should vote to overturn his action instead of suing him, the latest volley in a growing feud within the Illinois Democratic Party.Full story

Law helps women, minorities get Ill. business

Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn has signed a new law to establish a loan program that will help minorities and women get state construction projects. Full story

Illinois legislative leaders sue governor over pay veto

CHICAGO (Reuters) - The leaders of the Illinois House of Representatives and Senate on Tuesday filed a lawsuit challenging Governor Pat Quinn's veto of lawmakers' pay during a legislative impasse over pension reform. Full story

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  'Fiscal Cliff' Impact on President's Home State

Gov. Pat Quinn, Governor of Illinois, explains how much his state stands to lose if Congress allows the country to go over the "fiscal cliff."

  Making the Case For President Obama

"We're in first place and we're going to stay in first place," says Gov. Pat Quinn, (D-IL), discussing President Obama's agenda for the next four years.

  Sen. Warner: I think Virginia will 'bring it home' for the Dems

Sen. Mark Warner, D-Va., and Gov. Pat Quinn, D-Ill., join Morning Joe to discuss the political fight for Virginia. President Obama is currently leading Mitt Romney 49 percent to 45 percent, according to the latest Quinnipiac/NYT/CBS News poll.

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Illinois Governor Pat Quinn delivers his State of the State address to the joint session of the General Assembly in the House Chambers of the Illinois State Capitol in Springfield, Illinois February 1, 2012. REUTERS/Sarah Conard

Pat Quinn is sworn in as Governor of Illinois by Appellate Judge Burke while son Patrick IV looks on, after the removal of impeached Gov. Rod Blagojevich by the Senate at the Illinois State Capitol in Springfield
Pat Quinn is sworn in as Governor of Illinois by Appellate Judge Burke while son Patrick IV looks on, after the removal of impeached Gov. Rod Blagojevich by the Senate at the Illinois State Capitol in Springfield

Pat Quinn is sworn in as Governor of Illinois by Appellate Judge Anne Burke while son Patrick IV looks on, after the removal of impeached Gov. Rod Blagojevich by the Senate at the Illinois State Capitol in Springfield, Illinois, January 29, 2009. REUTERS/Seth Perlman/Pool

Team Canada coach Quinn talks with coaching staff at World Cup training camp.
Team Canada coach Quinn talks with coaching staff at World Cup training camp.

Team Canada head coach Pat Quinn talks with associate coaches Jacques Martin

Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn
Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn

Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn speaks at a news conference on Wednesday, July 11, 2012, in Chicago, before he signed a bill ending the policy of letting lawmakers hand out college scholarships, a practice that has produced repeated accusations of misconduct.