Illinois lawmakers' two-week, fall veto session has come to an end.
Gov. Bruce Rauner used his veto pen on 37 bills this second half of the General Assembly's two-year session.
Legislators successfully overrode just one of them -- a relatively minor measure having to do with Chicago fire fighters' pensions. Leaving the rest effectively dead.
That includes automatic voter registration, higher wages for caretakers of the disabled and legislation that will leave a $215 million shortfall in the Chicago Public Schools' budget.