me too

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When Governor Bruce Rauner delivers his State of the State address in Springfield on Wednesday, he should expect to see a lot of women wearing black in the audience.

There's a push by the so-called "me-too" movement to have female lawmakers, staff and lobbyists dress in black to show their opposition to sexual harassment and gender discrimination in the state capitol.

There's a similar effort underway in Washington to have women members of Congress wear black for President Trump's State of the Union speech on Tuesday.