Illinois legislators didn't do much Tuesday on their first day of their annual veto session. That could change today. Illinois Public Radio's Amanda Vinicky reports.
Gov. Bruce Rauner used his veto pen on 36 bills. So far, lawmakers haven't dealt with any of them. But Senator Andy Manar, a Macoupin County Democrat, wants to override Rauner's veto of an automatic voter registration measure.
"It by far would be the greatest step we can take to increase voter participation throughout this state."