Rauner releases new ad after minimum wage backlash

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As gubernatorial primary candidate Bruce Rauner faces a crush of questions over his advocacy to lower the state’s minimum wage, his campaign released a new TV spot that emphasizes that “government workers” aren’t the problem. It’s “unions bosses” and “career politicians.”


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