Rauner, lawmakers at odds over condo law change (IL)

As they wrestle with disagreements over the state’s pension crisis and budget, Gov. Bruce Rauner and Illinois lawmakers also don’t see eye to eye over the state’s condominium law.  Rauner last week vetoed a bill whose sponsors said it would make it easier for condo owners to sue developers over shoddy construction. He said he opposed the bill because it would restrict the rights of condo owners.     Read the article………


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