SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (AP) — Lawmakers are expected to take up legislation that tackles central planks of Illinois Gov. Bruce Rauner’s pro-business priorities.

Proposals addressing workers compensation, changes to the civil legal system and a freeze on property taxes are on the agenda Wednesday in Senate committees.

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These are the first pieces of legislation to come up for public debate since they were filed earlier this week in the House and Senate. The package of bills reflects a scaled-back version of the Republican governor’s “turnaround agenda.”

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They also come as Democrats advance a stack of budget bills outlining a $36.3 billion spending plan for next year that Republicans have entirely opposed.

Rauner wants his package of legislation approved before he’ll consider signing a new budget.

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