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Video and Updates: Quinn to sign same-sex marriage bill

Illinois entered the history books Wednesday as Gov. Pat Quinn signed the gay marriage bill into law, making the state the 16th in the nation to make same-sex marriage legal.

Gubernatorial candidate Bruce Rauner's self-funding tops $20 million | Brian Jackson/Sun-Times


Bruce Rauner self-funding tops $20 million mark

A red light camera at an intersection in Chicago. | Stacy Thacker/AP


Fioretti tries to put heat on Emanuel over short yellow lights

Gov. Pat Quinn (center) and U.S. Sen. Dick Durbin, D-Ill. (second from right) watch as President Barack Obama delivers doughnuts and pastries to Democratic campaign volunteers on Monday in Chicago. | Evan Vucci/AP


Obama votes early, campaigns for Quinn

Chicago city treasurer Stephanie Neely, shown taking the oath of office in 2011, has resigned, which allowed Mayor Rahm Emanuel to appoint Kurt Summers as her replacement. Neely was appointed in 2006 after her predecessor, Judy Rice, also resigned, allowing Neely to be appointed by then-Mayor Richard M. Daley. | Sun-Times library


Neely's pre-election resignation deja vu of how she got her start