Even as the legislative session winds down -- its last day is Friday -- there's no agreement on a solution to the state's pension problem.
It's not like the problem came out of nowhere. The $100 billion dollars of unfunded liability accumulated over decades.
And legislators have been talking about what to do about it for years. Especially this session.
The House and Senate each passed legislation to cut Illinois' costs by reducing state employees and teachers' retirement benefits. But both measures are stalled in the opposite chamber.