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SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (AP) — Unable to overcome a stalemate on the state’s $97 billion pension crisis, Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn and legislative leaders have agreed to form a bipartisan committee to hammer out a compromise and to reconvene the Legislature for another session in July.

Lawmakers are scheduled to convene Wednesday in Springfield for an initial special session called by Quinn to deal with the crisis. But Quinn’s spokeswoman, Brooke Anderson, told The Associated Press Tuesday that the governor will call another session in early July so lawmakers can continue to work on the problem.

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