Lawmakers skeptical of Quinn Medicaid cuts, $1 tax on cigarette packs (2 years ago)

Apr 21, 2012

— Gov. Pat Quinn challenged lawmakers Thursday to approve a $1-a-pack increase in the cigarette tax and accept major cuts in the state's health care program for the poor, but many Democrats and Republicans view the plan as more a work in progress full story

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