CHICAGO (CBS) — Governor Bruce Rauner is pressuring Chicago officials and Democratic lawmakers to support compromise pension legislation that is again before the General Assembly.

WBBM’s Craig Dellimore reports.

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Gov. Rauner told reporters Illinois House Republicans will support legislation changing the state’s pension systems and providing $250 million in pension relief for public schools. The governor offered the deal over a week ago, and Mayor Rahm Emanuel was not impressed then.

“It’s only one year pension funding while the pension reform is permanent, that doesn’t sound to me sound like a full agreement,” he said.

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Rauner claimed the Chicago Mayor agreed to his proposed deal last summer.

“Let’s honor our agreements, let’s do what we said and then let’s do more too, but let’s take a step at a time” said the governor.

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The Illinois Federation of Teachers said courts ruled a similar measure unconstitutional and that Rauner’s proposal would be as well.