DAILY HERALD: Illinois owes billions to suburban non-profits, companies, government agencies

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The Daily Herald is reporting, “One result of the Illinois legislature’s repeated failure to pass a budget is a big backlog of unpaid bills to companies and nonprofits that do business with the state or have contracts to care for the sick and needy.

In the suburbs, that adds up to $2.2 billion owed to more than 5,100 health care providers, local government agencies, small businesses and other state vendors.

That’s according to the most recent figures released by Illinois Comptroller Susana Mendoza’s office late last week that showed amounts owed to vendors in Cook, DuPage, Kane, Lake and McHenry counties from the state’s general fund…”

READ MORE at the Daily Herald.

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