SPRINGFIELD, IL. -- There's criticism about the state's decision to pay nearly $670,000 for three sets of copper-plated wood doors at the Illinois Capitol.
The doors are part of a $50million renovation project.
Republican State Representative Jeanne Ives of Springfield says the doors' hefty price tag "doesn't look right," particularly when Illinois is struggling with a $100 billion pension backlog.
The custom doors were designed to resemble the original ones on the building that's a national historic landmark and designed to last for decades.