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For the second time this week, a major credit agency had downgraded the ratings for several Illinois public universities, citing the 22-month budget standoff that has disrupted state support for higher education. Standard & Poor’s announced Thursday it was downgrading Northeastern Illinois University, Southern Illinois University and the University of Illinois, and putting all three schools on “negative” watch. (Chicago Tribune)

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