Illinois legislators are scheduled to finish out their veto session this week. Their back-loaded agenda ranges from dealing with budget matters to social issues.
The first week of the veto session late last month went by with little of substance accomplished.
But what the General Assembly didn't touch then is back now.
Like tax packages designed to keep companies, like Archer Daniels Midland, headquartered in Illinois.
It also appears the sponsor of stalled same-sex marriage legislation is leaning toward calling it for a vote in the House.