Monday's Newspapers

      budget set to pass, drive-by style
State School News
By the time the Senate finishes its work Tuesday, it will probably be dark outside. Both chambers will like that. Legislators seem to prefer leaving town under cover of darkness on the last day of a spring session.

No excuses: Schools want kids in class
Sun Times
Chicago Public Schools students who skip classes to attend the rally
will receive an unexcused absence, CPS spokesman Michael Vaughn said.

Ad skirts schools' ethics rule Tribune
Peter Cunningham, a Chicago Public
Schools spokesman, said this week the ethics policy does not explicitly
prevent political commercials from being filmed in public schools, but
he acknowledged that "it's probably wrong to do."

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