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"If we prevail in many of these lawsuits on behalf of the citizens of Illinois, the cost of the increase litigation will be terrible also railed against the Bill that's presumptive Medicaid eligibility. And he said it could cost taxpayers tens if not hundreds of millions of dollars that can't be recouped assume that they're eligible for Medicaid payments. Treat them in that way, be billed and reimbursed in that regard and then hope to determine later. Whether they're truly eligible for Medicaid. It is fundamentally terrible policy of Eighty-three bills. Governor vetoed this year. Forty seven of them were sustained. Meanwhile, around our cities scared for the state Democrats who are in control of the state's poor finances before he took off his four years ago. We'll have even more control when he leaves office in January on our lost reelection to democrat Jay Pritzker earlier this month, and the Republicans said that we'll talk more about his role in politics in the coming on. But the election dust settled final tally of democratic dominance in Illinois state house is historic house will have seventy four Democrats three Morton's needed for veto proof majorities house speaker Michael Madigan expected to lead large number of Democrats in his tenure. He said he'll work with anyone and everyone to do. Who is to work with people in the House Democratic caucus and in the House, Republican any senators. Join US Republican state Representative."