WTVO/WQRF - The Illinois State Board of Elections ruling the "Committee for Legislative Reform" has enough signatures.
WTVO/WQRF - The push for term limits in Illinois is one step closer to getting onto the November ballot.
The Illinois State Board of Elections has decided the "Committee for Legislative Reform" has enough valid signatures. Also, members gave another group that wants to alter political mapmaking more time to validate their signatures.
Both measures are facing lawsuits that could determine whether they'll be on the ballot.
A court hearing is set for Wednesday.
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