The Illinois House voted Wednesday to pull free, taxpayer-funded health insurance from nearly 80,000 state retirees and retired suburban and downstate teachers, lawmakers and judges, according to the Chicago Sun-Times.
SB 1313 was approved by a 74-43 vote. It takes aim at an $876 million annual subsidy that had been one of the most lucrative perks of public employment. See how the House members voted in the interactive graphic below, sorting by district, party and how they voted. The bill now moves to the Senate.
Also on Wednesday, the House passed a controversial bill exempting one state representative from owing $444,500 in backed rent, leasehold taxes and penalties. See how the House voted on that bill here.
*Note: Absent = Excused Absence*
Christine Hurley, Shanika Gunaratna and Hannah Bricker contributed to this report.