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The Must List for Tuesday, June 10, 2014

Quinn signs pension reform bill, urges no property tax hike

Chicago property owners got a one-year reprieve Monday after Gov. Pat Quinn put aside his political differences with the mayor and signed a Chicago pension reform bill.

Plan for McPier entertainment district hits a legal snag

McPier fear? Sneed is told the development of McPier’s event center, hotel and neighborhood park is not a done deal . . . yet.

Jurors to resume deliberations Tuesday in lawmaker’s bribery case

Jurors deliberated for two hours Monday afternoon without reaching a verdict in the bribery and extortion trial of state Rep. Derrick Smith.

Illinois Democrats call for immigration reform vote

A who’s who of Illinois Democrats called on immigration reform advocates Monday to demand a vote on the issue in the U.S. House of Representatives.

Durbin on VA audit: ‘This news is troubling’

An internal audit of Department of Veterans Affairs scheduling problems released on Monday discovered some 100,000 veterans in the U.S. face long waits for appointments and Sen. Dick Durbin D-Ill. said, “This news is troubling. “

OTHER TOP HEADLINES FROM AROUND THE NATION

A modest suggestion for paying tribute to Mayor Jane Byrne (Chicago Reader)

Majority Of Vets Disagree With Obama On Bergdahl (The Daily Caller)

Clinton refused Obama campaign’s request to attack Palin in 2008 (Early & Often)

House GOP: ’80 to 90′ told of Bergdahl before us (Politico)

Moderator to Charlie Rangel: Are you Googling during this debate? (Early & Often)

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