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SPRINGFIELD, IL-The Illinois House will now review a bill passed by the Senate on Tuesday that will require the state’s Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity to formulate a five-year plan with “specific, measurable, attainable, relevant and time-sensitive” goals.

The Senate bill is geared to providing more transparency and accountability at the DCEO, according to the Chicago Tribune. The bill would also mandate businesses that secure state incentives to file quarterly reports on the number of jobs it created and retained and maintain an annual list detailing the occupation of their employees and average wages paid to them.

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