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Cook County Board Set to Vote on $2.9B Budget With Cuts, Fed Stimulus Funds

CHICAGO - The Cook County, Ill., Board of Commissioners is poised to vote tomorrow on a $2.9 billion 2009 budget that abandons much of board President Todd Stroger's $740 million borrowing plan and instead relies on spending cuts and anticipated federal stimulus money to help balance the budget.

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