The Senate approved nearly 100 Senate bills that now move to the House of Representatives for consideration, while a number of Senate Subcommittees met during the week to consider legislation targeting ethics, transparency, and fiscal responsibility.

Also during the week, Senate legislators convened for a presentation outlining federal Medicaid requirements and offering ideas on how other states approach Medicaid.

Though a recent study by the University of Illinois found Illinois to be the third most corrupt state in the nation, several transparency and ethics bills failed to advance out of the Senate Executive Subcommittee on State Government, lacking Democrat approval." />

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