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The state of Illinois is finally caught up on its power bills to City Water, Light and Power. Since the state passed its six-month, stopgap budget at the end of June, it has paid almost $19 million in past-due and current electricity bills to the city-owned utility for power and water used at the state buildings. CWLP had sent a letter in July to state agencies that had outstanding bills notifying them that they had until Sept. 21 to pay or the utility could shut off services. (State Journal-Register)

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