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Lawmakers returning for veto conclusion

The curtain rises up on act two of the veto session Tuesday with lawmakers back to (maybe) tackle some of the issues that weren’t really addressed the first week.
The future of a ban on flavored tobacco and vaping products will be on the line, as will consolidation of downstate police and fire pension systems.
The General Assembly also has a whole new issue to deal with if it chooses — beefing up ethics laws in the wake of the ever-widening federal investigation into activities surrounding state government.
Rep. Tim Butler, R-Springfield, said he was “a little bit surprised how many bills we actually pushed out the first week.” But he added that “at the end of the day, I doubt we’re going to do any real big stuff if we’re there for only three days.”
Here’s where some of the issues stand.
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