(Quincy, IL) — Illinois lawmakers say Governor Rauner’s latest proclamation that all options are on the table for the Quincy veterans home is confusing. The governor went to Quincy once again yesterday to tell reporters and the veterans who live there that he is trying to end the Legionnaires outbreak that’s killed 13 people and sickened dozens of others at the veterans home since 2015. The governor yesterday talked of building a state of the art, new building, or perhaps buying a nearby nursing home, or even using modular housing units. State Senator Christina Castro said that’s the opposite of what the governor’s administration told lawmakers earlier this month. State Senator Bill Haine said the governor is still making promises about things that will be done in the future but says it’s been three years since Legionnaires were first discovered.