The effort comes as lawmakers have just a few days left in Springfield before their scheduled May 31 adjournment.
The state’s Senate endorsed the measure in February. It has remained unclear whether supporters have the 60 votes needed to pass the bill in the House.
Lobbying in the meantime has taken a fierce tone with advocates spreading letters from supportive business executives and opponents speaking out from the pulpit.
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