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Jim Durkin

Democratic Gov. J.B. Pritzker backtracked Thursday on one of the most controversial components of his budget proposal, saying improved revenue projections will allow the state to meet the goal in its education funding formula and increase school funding by $350 million over the current year.

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The platform focuses on four points Republicans think will resonate with Illinois voters and can get support from Democrats: ending the culture of corruption, responsible fiscal leadership, growing jobs and opportunities for families, and ensuring public safety.

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