Gov Quinn touted his accomplishments of the last four years Wednesday in his State of the State address. But the consensus among his opponents in Springfield is that it was a campaign speech, more about reelection and light on the biggest problem faced by his administration. The speech had promises on education, health care and public safety, and invoked the tragic story of Hadiya Pendleton, the Chicago teen shot and killed last week.
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