The long haul

Jaeger, Bethany
January 2009
Illinois Issues;Jan2009, Vol. 35 Issue 1, p19
The article reports on the impact of the chronic fiscal problems faced by the state of Illinois. According to the author, Illinois' chronic fiscal problems will make it harder to recover from the national recession faced by the U.S. It is stated that one of the largest spending pressures faced by the General Assembly is for public employee pensions.


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