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Illinois Trimmed Bill Backlog, But Still Faces Huge Hurdles, Comptroller Says

CHICAGO - With its coffers bolstered by an income tax increase, Illinois has whittled down its backlog of bills to $3.8 billion from $5.5 billion at this time last year, but Comptroller Judy Baar Topinka warned in her quarterly report that "staggering fiscal challenges remain."

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