Bruce Rauner discovers bipartisanship

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BY HIS own admission Governor Bruce Rauner has not ticked off many of the 44 points on the “turnaround agenda” that four years ago the voters of Illinois, in their wisdom, elected him to pursue. If he were to give himself a grade for his first term in office, it would be “incomplete”, says the governor, sitting at a desk at his campaign headquarters that are adorned with pictures of Ronald Reagan and Abraham Lincoln.