NAPERVILLE SUN: State budget impasse leaves Naperville schools, agencies worrying about future

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The Sun is reporting, “The state’s inability to pass a budget continues to leave Naperville schools and social service agencies in the dark over how they will operate and businesses wondering if they’ll ever get paid.

Because legislators were unable to cobble together a budget by May 31, lawmakers now need a three-fifths majority to send a spending plan to Gov. Bruce Rauner before July 1, the start of the next fiscal year.

The budget uncertainty is holding school districts, social service groups and even businesses captive as they wonder when the next check from the state will arrive.

“It’s a mess,” Indian Prairie School District 204 Superintendent Karen Sullivan said…”

READ MORE at the Tribune.

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