Now that a state board says there's no point to Gov. Bruce Rauner resuming negotiations with AFSCME, his administration is beginning to impose new terms on members of state government's biggest labor union. AFSCME, however, wants Rauner to return to the bargaining table. State employees across Illinois rallied for their cause Thursday.
Hundreds of workers carrying signs with slogans like "don't dictate, negotiate" marched in front of their Springfield offices.
"Two, four, six, eight! Rauner should negotiate!" they shouted.