A former Illinois lawmaker said the recent actions by the governor are "poisoning the well" that is the General Assembly.
That's according to former state representative and current Danville Alderman Bill Black.
Gov. Pat Quinn has drawn the ire of lawmakers recently for his veto of concealed carry and his plan to take away lawmakers pay.
And Black said these actions remind him of a time not too long ago when lawmakers and the governor didn't get along.