“…the veto and lawmakers’ inability to override it could be only a temporary setback,” Noah Franks states in a news article, “Attorney: New bill banning employment salary inquires likely in Illinois, despite veto loss,” recently published in Cook Country Record. Noah's comments stem from the House’s counterparts in the state Senate, who are unable to override Governor Rauner’s veto.
In the article, he says, “I think it shows the immediate temperature of the General Assembly. In terms of a long-term significance, I don’t think there is much. I think that we will see a new bill similar to this one or similar to the one that the governor had suggested, which is similar to the one passed in Massachusetts, introduced in the next General Assembly.”