That didn't take long.
Speaker of the House Michael Madigan has summoned back to Springfield legislators who failed to take action on a special tax break for a pair of Illinois businesses.
They may be close to a deal that would keep the retailer and financial powerhouse in the state.
Multiple sources confirm that the House Revenue Committee is set to meet at 10 a.m. Monday, and the full House at noon.
A spokesman for Senate President John Cullerton said that while he has not yet announced anything, "Tuesday is a good possibility."
House Revenue Committee Chairman John Bradley, D-Marion, who has been leading negotiations on a big tax-break deal, said nothing yet is complete, but seemed to suggest that just a a few loose ends need to be tied up.
The fact that a session has been called "is not a bad sign," Mr. Bradley said. "We want to get this done before the holidays and have some certainty."