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The 99th Illinois General Assembly came to an end Tuesday without lawmakers ever approving a permanent state budget during its two-year run, a first in the state’s history. The 100th General Assembly, which will be sworn in today, will be tasked with ending the state’s 18-month budget stalemate, though a compromise may still be hard to come by with a Republican governor and Democrats still firmly in control of both the House and Senate. (State Journal-Register)

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