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State Journal-Register: A year after impasse ends, work still needed on state finances

  • 07.07.2018
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During the height of the state’s budget impasse, Comptroller Susana Mendoza’s office regularly had to “triage” bills.

It was a process where businesses or organizations facing severe financial problems had their payments moved to the head of the line to stave off disaster.

Now Illinois has its second full-year budget in a row in place, but the triaging of bills goes on.  Click here to read more….


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