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CAPITOL BRIEFS: Senate OKs reinstating tax break on aircraft parts, but will it fly? CAPITOL BRIEFS: Senate OKs reinstating tax break on aircraft parts, but will it fly?

CAPITOL BRIEFS: Senate OKs reinstating tax break on aircraft parts, but will it fly?

Legislation reinstating and retroactively applying tax break for aircraft parts cleared the Senate on Thursday overwhelmingly and without controversy despite Gov. J.B. Pritzker's promise to veto the measure. Supporters from both parties said the bill would protect Illinois’ competitiveness and maintain jobs.

Tobacco bills’ progress in veto session appear stalled Tobacco bills’ progress in veto session appear stalled

Tobacco bills’ progress in veto session appear stalled

Bills aimed at curbing where Illinoisans can use electronic smoking devices and with what flavorings appear halted until the spring session of the General Assembly. One bill would loop electronic cigarettes into the Smoke Free Illinois Act. The other would ban flavored cartridges and pods used in such devices.

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