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Democrats, Rauner resume fire on budget impasse : Emanuel lashes out over CPS; governor urges pension bill

The name-calling and finger-pointing continued between Republican Gov. Bruce Rauner and Democrats on Tuesday, this time on the next step to negotiating a massive budget proposal and how to proceed on extra money for Chicago Public Schools.

The insults were traded as Mayor Rahm Emanuel was asked about the dispute over how to come up with $215 million for the city's teacher pension system that evaporated after a Rauner veto late last year. Rauner met Friday with Grammy-winning South Side art

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