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 After more than two years, Illinois finally has a budget – and a necessary framework for paying nearly $15 billion in overdue bills. But, despite an approved spending plan, Illinois still is looking at a $130 billion shortfall in pension obligations as well as higher payments on loans because agencies downgraded the state’s credit rating during the budget stalemate. (Pantagraph)

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